The sculpture “Accessing Knowledge”, the
accessibility of knowledge made possible through
utilize the bike shelter, the artistic steel panels are
positioned to maintain clear site lines, and
address visibility and safety concerns. The
imagery and Marquee’s are both way-finding
mechanisms and relate to library themes.  
Designed to complement both the contemporary
architecture of the main library structure and the
industrial look of the bike shelter itself, the
architectural art screens and signage tout bolts
and a minimalist approach.

While comprised of two flat screens and two
signs, the artistic intent was to create a three-
dimensional sculpture. The concept is that the
installed art work elevates the structure and the
shelter itself becomes the sculpture.  Because of
the open nature of the art works’ design it
interacts with the landscape and is a window to
the interspersed movements of children at play
and people coming and going to the library
All rights reserved. All images copyright Angelina/Joel Heidel 2008