Jennifer Turpin is a public artist with 20 years experience in creating kinetic installations engaging water, wind and light as sculptural media. Together with artist Michaelie Crawford she creates dynamic site-specific kinetic artworks at the interface of art, science, nature and the built environment. Activated by the complex dynamics of water, wind and light or by rhythmically controlled sequences, sculptural form collaborates with nature’s energy to become both animate and performative. Creating rhythms in the city the artworks provide an energetic nexus between the active viewer, the local and momentary qualities of the natural elements and the specificity of place.