The Prismatic Lightscape at Occidental Park is a spatial experience that transforms its surrounding environment into a lively and welcoming public place. Rather than an object or individual performance piece, the Lightscape acts as a backdrop below the canopy of the park’s London Plane trees to the brick clad ground plane, totems and art as well as daytime activities.
The Prismatic Lightscape at Occidental Park is part of the artSparks 2010 program. To learn more about what is going on in Occidental Park this summer, please visit the artSparks 2010 website.
MiLa is a collaboration of urban activism by Jennifer Milliron and Edward Lalonde which originated through a series of architectural and spatial investigations of the city condition. Born in Yakima, Jennifer received a Bachelor of Architecture from Washington State University in 1999 and a Masters Degree in Advanced Architecture from Columbia University in 2006. While in New York, she worked for Daniel Libeskind on Zlota 44 in Warsaw and Reflections at Keppel Bay in Singapore. She currently works at the office of NBBJ Architecture. Edward works for Olson Kundig Architects and is Project Architect on the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, The West Chelsea Scramble Tower and residential projects. He received a Bachelor of Architecture from Washington State University in 1999 and a Masters Degree in Advanced Architecture from Columbia University in 2003. While in New York, he worked for Steven Holl on the Linked Hybrid in Beijing, Nelson Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City and the Department of Philosophy at NYU, New York. Jennifer and Edward co-taught Design Studio at Washington State University. They are both Fellows of the Northwest Institute of Architecture and Urban Studies (NIAUSI) where they are developing a project titled VERTICAL CITY: Seattle.