FLINT, Mich. (AP) — Swing by Flint’s Spring Grove for the chance to, well, swing.
The open space not far from downtown is home to a new art installation called Silo Swing.
It’s to be unveiled by the Flint Public Art Project at an event on Thursday.
Created by New York-based artist Chris Jordan, Silo Swing is, as its name implies, a swing situated between a pair of silos.
Visitors are invited to ride the ground-level swing, which is connected to reflective, wind-catching materials above that create a light display on the silos.
Thursday’s event kicks off Spring Grove Nights, a public art series that will take place on the first Thursday of the month from July to September.
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