Flock of Seagulls at Occidental Park is a kinetic sculpture that floats within the canopy of Occidental Park’s London Plane trees. Inspired by a well-known but often overlooked Pioneer Square occupant, this installation takes a playful aim at capturing the underlying beauty of the Seagull. When passersby pull on a bright cord, the seagull wings flap and the bodies move up and down in the trees, resulting in a playful dance of light and shadow turning the space into a welcoming and lively area. In the absence of visitor participation, Flock of Seagulls will act as a spatial backdrop moving gently with the weather. Flock of Seagulls is composed lightly framed birds of multiple sizes which hang from the trees from cable and bungee at a median height of ten feet above the brick pavers. The installation provides both a local and distant visual connection to Occidental Park. This sculpture will encourage interaction from all ages resulting in a lively, energetic place where people come to see and come back to watch the birds change in movement with different times of day and different flows of visitors.