109 Shift in Harmony

Stop 109, Shift in Harmony by Ryan & James Pedersen from Minnesota

Sponsor(s): Old National Bank & Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. 

The Pedersens developed this sculpture concept as a result of needing to stay productive during the Stay at Home order. They decided to revisit many of the ideas, sketches and materials they had. Through a new lens of working with what they had on hand, they needed to shift their focus to how some of their ideas could fit with materials they had access to. As a result of this shift in perspective, they were able to collaborate to not only create this particular sculpture, but they were inspired to design many new forms as well. It is always amazing how being grateful for what you have and a willingness to see new perspectives can open up new opportunities.