Plume was a sculptural space proposed to Jackson Hole Public Art, regarding a venue for gatherings, concerts, theater, and exhibits.

The concept was to incorporate a two-wing structure that allows for mobility of the pavilions sculptural space, responsive to both large and small gatherings. 

The coloration within the pavilions layers is an interpretation of the downy wood pecker, native to the area. 


  • Natalie Clark & Jakub Galczynski


  • 2017