Factoria Recycling and
Transfer Station

Factoria Recycling and
Transfer Station

Al Price

Still Spinning

Still Spinning sets an expansive concrete wall into suggested motion, as more than 400 stainless steel, spoked wheels catch and reflect the ever-changing light of our Pacific Northwest weather.

Al Price. Still Spinning, 2017. Stainless steel. Factoria Recycling and Transfer Station, Bellevue. King County Public Art Collection. Photo by @wiseknave.

This installation's dance is both organic and meticulously choreographed by artist Al Price. The wheels—all made of recycled material and arranged across the wall’s 4,200 square-foot surface—glint, sparkle, and cast shadows as drivers arrive at the station. Price’s fascination with motion, patterns, and line is at play, evoking the energy of a bicycle race and the movement of people and materials through the recycling station.  
 
 
Al Price. Still Spinning, 2017. Stainless steel. King County Public Art Collection. Photo by @wiseknave.
Al Price. Still Spinning, 2017. Stainless steel. King County Public Art Collection. Photo by @wiseknave.
Al Price. Still Spinning, 2017. Stainless steel. King County Public Art Collection. Photo by @wiseknave.

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