We are honored to announce the unveiling of Meadow, a new public art installation in the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust Atrium at the Barrow Neuroplex. Barrow Neurological Institute is always committed to patients and their treatment and rehabilitation. We believe in the healing power of art through visual stimulation and its amazing effect that has the potential to reduce patients’ length of stay, decrease the need for multiple visits, reduce reports of pain and anxiety, increase self-esteem, lower stress, reduce infection rates, and so much more.
With the amazing leadership of the Board of Trustees Barrow Neurological Foundation Art Council, and a generous gift from Mal and Jane Jozoff, the Barrow Neuroplex is a beacon for healing art and visual stimulation.
For the details on the Meadow art installation, please continue to read below:
Designed by artists Lonneke Gordijn (Dutch, b. 1980) and Ralph Nauta (British, b. 1978)
Commissioned by Netherlands-based studio, Drift
Meadow features 18 mechanical flowers moving together in harmony to create a vibrant, six-minute choreographed show that runs on a loop. Each flower is handmade from aluminum, stainless steel, printed fabric, LEDs, and robotics.