Installation Artists/Teams

Major installations are being created by the following teams:

  1. molo
  2. Studio Granda | Helena Jonsdottir
  3. Mike Mense | Sheila Wyne
  4. mayer sattler-smith | Marisa Favretto
  5. Claudia Kappl
  6. Buck Walsky | Dave Cole | Rachelle Dowdy
  7. Black + White Studio Architects | Sonya Kelliher-Combs
  8. Futurefarmers | Lode Vranken, Palladio Architects
  9. ECI/Hyer | Alaska Center for the Environment
  10. CK-Architecture | Lita Albuquerque
  11. Kobayashi + Zedda Architects | Ana Rewakowicz
  12. 4LetterWord
  13. Jonny Hayes | Peter Briggs
  14. Hal Gage | Bruce Farnsworth | Port Authority of Anchorage


A printable brochure (map and descriptions) of the installations can be downloaded here (532k PDF).


Delaney Park Strip

The majority of the installations (eleven of fourteen) will be on the Delaney Park Strip between E and I streets. The sound art of Ethan Rose and Matthew Burtner will only be on January 9 and 10.

The Delaney Park Strip is an 11-block park in the municipality of Anchorage, running along 9th and 10th Avenues. It provides an open area for recreation and community events in an urban setting. The Strip is also historically important, as it was originally Anchorage’s airfield and represented the edge of the city. Today it represents the southern boundary of downtown.

Anchorage Museum Plaza

Installation by Jonny Hayes and Peter Briggs. Corner of 7th Avenue and A Street.

Elderberry Park

Installation by Black + White Studio Architects and Sonya Kelliher-Combs. 5th Ave and M Street.

Frontierland Park

Installation by Hal Gage, Bruce Farnsworth and Port Authority. 10th Ave and E Street, across from the Delaney Park Strip.


Each team will receive:

  • 100′ x 200′ plot on the Delaney Park Strip
  • 2 volunteers to help with labor/project realization on site (January 1-10)
  • Access to on-site snow dump
  • Temporary power set-up
  • Shared use of 40 blocks (approximately 6′ x 4′ x 2′) of Fairbanks’ sediment-free, clear-blue ice, which has earned the name “Arctic diamond” or “blue diamond”, plus 5-gallon buckets and access to water
  • Temporary power set-up
  • Lumber (2x4s)
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