“Superbloom!” is a captivating public art piece that combines the vibrant colors of the wildflowers found in Lancaster’s desert landscapes with the city’s renowned aerospace industry. Inspired by the resilience, healing, and growth of both our natural environment and our own human population, this art installation celebrates the spectacle of wildflower blooms, known as ‘superblooms,’ that occasionally grace the region. The art piece features a collection of brilliant- colored disks, carefully arranged on sturdy aluminum stalks held together with bolts and rivets reminiscent of the aerospace industry. The varying heights of the disks symbolize not only the organic growth of wildflowers but also the continuous progress and development of the community. “Superbloom!” serves as a visual reminder of the coexistence between nature’s beauty and human ingenuity, inviting viewers to reflect on what a superbloom in the human realm would look like.
Triangle Park, Lancaster, CA
10 blooms, ranging in height from 18’ - 20’8”; ranging in width from 5’ - 9’5”
Steel, aluminum, KodaXT
Joseph O'Connell + Creative Machines