PUBLIC ART DATA FOR LOS ANGELES, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND HAWAII  



"Enagua" (2015) by Ned Kahn  
   

DESCRIPTION: 
kinetic ribbed chain mail sculpture of Kaynemaile seamless plastic mesh strips on a 60-foot high lantern-shaped tower.
From the artist:  “Enagua”: a Latin–American word for an undergarment of billowy fabric that provides volume; 
also, a play on the Spanish words “en” and “agua” [“in water”] “since the wind over the ocean flows into Runway and blows over the Kaynemaile seamless mesh.” 
 
LOCATION:  
Welcome Tower, West Runway Road, Playa Vista, Los Angeles, CA
 
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