Tide Flowers on the East River at Domino Park
Tide Flowers is a new site-specific water installation that registers the rising and falling tide on the East River at Domino Park.
A tide-responsive floating installation draws attention to “nature’s clock” on the shores of Philadelphia’s Bartram’s Garden.
The people who fish on the river all know how an afternoon of watching the river flow can refresh the spirit. River Rooms gives visitors and neighbors a place to sit and contemplate the river— without baiting a hook.
Connecting urban life to the daily schedule of nature, these brilliantly colored flowers bloom at high tide and close at low tide.
Confluences: Flow of the Schuylkill
A Tidal Park: terraced basins fill and recede to the pulse of the tide.
A Month of Tides
An organza fabric 60-foot-tall blue tube recreates the sea’s tide in the core of the Miami Dade Community College.