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TRVA dedicates 'Wind Roundabout' at site of future roundabout

by Fort Worth Business | Dec 10, 2015
Wind Roundabout

Wind Roundabout

10/28/2015. Fort Worth Public Arts projects on the Chisholm Trail Parkway and at the Henderson Street roundabout in Ft. Worth, Tx. (photo Ralph Lauer)

The Trinity River Vision Authority (TRVA), Fort Worth Public Art, Mayor Betsy Price, Councilmembers Ann Zadeh and Sal Espino, and artist Ned Kahn dedicated Fort Worth’s newest piece of public art, Wind Roundabout.

The freestanding, kinetic sculpture was commissioned by the City of Fort Worth for Panther Island and is located at the center of the future White Settlement and Henderson Street roundabout.

Wind Roundabout is a kinetic sculpture which features thousands of hinged aluminum panels whose movement is entirely powered by the wind, revealing its ever-changing movement as it does in water or prairie grass, according to a TRVA news release.

The roundabout is immediately past the location of the Mexican Inn Café.