Here’s a list of the 18 temporary installations for Exhibit Columbus.

Miller Prize winners

  • “Wiikiaami” at First Christian Church, 531 Fifth St., by studio:indigenous.
  • “Conversation Plinth,” at the Bartholomew County Public Library Plaza, 536 Fifth St., by IKD.
  • Untitled at Irwin Conference Center, 500 Washington St., by Oyler Wu Collaborative.
  • “Another Circle,” Mill Race Park, Fifth and Lindsey streets, by Aranda/Lasch.
  • “Anything Can Happen in the Woods” at Cummins Corporate Office Building, 500 Jackson St., by Plan B Architecture & Urbanism.

Other professional designs

  • “Theoretical Foyer,” Seventh and Washington streets, by Cody Hoyt.
  • “Pause,” several locations, by Pettersen & Hein.
  • “Columbus Circles,” several locations, by Productora.
  • “Playhouse,” in an alleyway between Third and Fourth streets, by Snarkitecture.
  • “Stairway to Columbus,” on Franklin Street near Washington Street at The Heritage Fund — the Community Foundation of Bartholomew County, by Formafantasma.

University/high school designs

  • “Between the Threads,” at the LHP Historic Post Office, 703 Washington St., by Columbus North and Columbus East high school students.
  • “Synergy,” at North Christian Church, 850 Tipton Lane, Indiana University students.
  • “Inscribed,” between Central Middle School and Columbus Signature Academy — Lincoln, Ohio State University students.
  • “Alchemy,” between Central Middle School and Columbus Signature Academy — Lincoln, University of Cincinnati students.
  • “49262,” between Central Middle School and Columbus Signature Academy — Lincoln, Ball State University students.
  • “Indelible Patterns,” between Central Middle School and Columbus Signature Academy — Lincoln, University of Kentucky students.
  • “Cloud Bank,” between Central Middle School and Columbus Signature Academy — Lincoln, University of Michigan students.

Directional/wayfinding

  • Designer Rick Valicenti of Thirst, whose logo-styled signage will be considered part of the exhibits.
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