Sean Orlando is a multi-disciplinary installation artist, museum professional, and community organizer with an interest in collaborative and immersionary large-scale sculptural installation projects. Orlando is the co-founder of the Five Ton Crane Arts Group, principle artist at Engineered Artworks, and production coordinator at the Exploratorium.
His most recent collaborative group projects include the Steampunk Tree House, Raygun Gothic Rocketship and The Nautilus submarine art car. Orlando has exhibited at and collaborated with many arts organizations and venues throughout California including the Crucible, the Chabot Space and Science Center, Maker Faire, Landor and Associates, the American Welding Society, the Port of San Francsico, Coachella, Dorkbots, Burning Man, the Worth Ryder Gallery, and Warehouse 416.
About Engineered Artworks
Public Art | Concept Development | Project Consultation | Project Management | Custom Fabrication | Installation
Engineered Artworks is a creative design/build art studio with experience managing complex percent-for-art and other public art projects. We provide the knowledge and experience required to implement any project from concept and fabrication, through installation and public unveiling. We work with arts commissions, private foundations, city agencies, public art advisory councils, developers, engineers, artists and architects on concept development, fabrication, fundraising, installation and management of permanent & temporary public art projects. Engineered Artworks creates one-of-a-kind public art while also supporting both established and emerging artists with project consultation and logistical support including design, engineering, fabrication, community review, permitting, heavy equipment support and installation.
About Sean Orlando
Owner/Artist- Engineered Artworks
2012-2014 Artist Fellow- DeYoung Museum
Production Coordinator- The Exploratorium
Co-Founder- Five Ton Crane Arts Group
Co-Director- Lost and Foundry Gallery
Board Director- The Bently Foundation