Airport installs three contemporary pieces of art

The Indianapolis International Airport has installed three new contemporary works in the main ticketing hall and concourse B.

Disc-jockey-turned-artist Walter Lobyn Hamilton created Sound Travels exclusively for the airport. Visitors to the Turf exhibit during the 2012 Super Bowl might remember Hamilton’s work with vinyl records.

Lafayette-based artist Brigid Manning-Hamilton’s Elements in the Landscape combines digital photography printed on stitched silk.

Sculptor and painter David Kleeman’s exhibit, Fluxus, will feature a selection of his hybrid creatures, made from found objects and handmade clay and wood.

All of the work is on display through Aug. 4.

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