What you need to know
- Apple has commissioned a new installation for Apple Park.
- 'Mirage' will be created by Katie Paterson and Zeller & Moye.
- The installation features sand from deserts around the world.
Apple Park, the company's gigantic mothership of a main campus in Cupertino, California, is getting ready to install a permanent public sculpture.
Katie Paterson and Zeller & Moye have announced that Apple has commissioned 'Mirage,' a new public sculpture that will be installed as a permanent piece at the olive grove, a location that is next to the Visitor's Center at Apple Park. The sculpture, according to Patterson, will consist of cylinders of pure cast glass made out of sand from deserts around the world.
The artist says that the installation will be completed in 2022.
Apple is known for working with artists on installations at its physical locations. The company recently commissioned a local artist to install artwork on its new retail location at the Tower Theatre in Los Angeles.
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