A glass art piece inspired El Paso’s Southwestern sky line will be installed next week right next to the digital wall in downtown El Paso.

The four-day installation will begins on Monday therefore the DIGIE wall will be closed to the public during this time, but the Mini-DIGIE – a smaller mobile version of the digital wall – will be available for members of the public inside the El Paso Museum of History, 510 N. Santa Fe Street.

The new glass piece focuses on time, reflecting elements from the past, present, and future are symbolically represented in the upward abstract gesture, as it expands into infinity.

The shape and form of the piece is also meant to mirror elements in the building architectural design and complement its angular structure.

Through abstract expression, the artwork will hopefully ignite the viewer’s imagination and emotions, as they visit the El Paso Museum of History

The Digital Wall, and the accompanying public art component, are both part of the City of El Paso’s commitment to enhance the quality of life of residents, businesses, and visitors by creating innovative educational and cultural programs.