Inside a specially constructed space at the end of Broadway Pier, visitors can experience a meditative world enveloped in reflections. The artwork features a reflecting pool and opposing floor-to-ceiling mirrors that cast rippling light on the water’s surface out to an infinite horizon.
“This is a unique opportunity for San Diegans and visitors to immerse themselves in the arts along our waterfront,” said Port Commissioner Marshall Merrifield. “Sojourner has been thoughtfully created to inspire us and connect us to our beautiful San Diego Bay.”
Belt said that with Sojourner he was “looking to create an experience that is both intimate in its small scale and movement of water while also expansive in its reflection.”
Sojourner will be free and open to the public through April 29 on the pier at 1000 North Harbor Drive downtown.
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