The Story Behind ‘Interconnected,’ CLT’s New Digital Public Artwork | WFAE

Refik Anadaol is the Turkish American artist who created "Interconnected" at Charlotte airport's expansion of Concourse A. (David Boraks photo)
Refik Anadaol is the Turkish American artist who created “Interconnected” at Charlotte airport’s expansion of Concourse A. (David Boraks photo)

If you’re a regular traveler in and out of Charlotte Douglas International Airport, you’ll want to check out the newly opened expansion of Concourse A. One of its most striking features is a public artwork titled “Interconnected,” which is being billed as the largest data-driven digital public art installation.

I recently had a chance to interview the creator of “Interconnected,” Turkish-born artist Refik Anadol, who lives and works in Los Angeles. Read/listen to my story on WFAE.org.

Meanwhile, read my earlier story explaining the $200 million renovation, on WFAE.

Charlotte Douglas airport's expanded Concourse A. (David Boraks photo)
Charlotte Douglas airport’s expanded Concourse A. (David Boraks photo)
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