James Woodfill has produced 1 featured project using Zahner engineering, fabrication, and installation services. Zahner works with artists, sculptors, and conservators around the world to play a supportive role in bringing larger projects into realized works. From emerging to established, Zahner works with artists at every stage of their careers. James Woodfill is an example of an artist who benefits from access to Zahner engineering, fabrication, and installation services for artists.
The architects at Pendulum developed a synthesizing design which combines elements of public art, architecture, and kinetic motion-based visual arts to create a low-profile barrier wall wrapping the KCP&L Substation.Prior to the new design, the corner of 18th and Locust was deteriorating. Kansas City's public art commission stepped in to upgrade the existing wall by opening up a competition for proposals that would reflect the artistic community of Kansas City.The winning design by Pendulum included a space for the light artist James Woodfill to create a kinetic display. As the sun sets, an animated display of lights takes over: 10,500 color-changing LED lights alternate to create an illusion of motion, powered by 117 solar panels.