Gravity and Grace is a site-specific large-scale LED artwork integrated into the architecture of JBG Smith's Central Place Plaza in the Rosslyn neighborhood of Arlington, Virginia. The work is 150 feet long by 15 feet high and occupies the top two bays of the parking structure above the plaza. The ever-changing video mural incorporates real-time environmental data that organizes its spectral shifts of color, form, and motion parameters. Both color field painting and blues guitar inspired the design of the artwork.
NightLight developed original programming for data-driven generative visuals.
Created by Cliff Garten Studio in collaboration with Lightswitch and PNM Designs. Sponsored in part by Arlington Public Art.