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She can also provide a fact-sheet on the piece itself. She will also provide some fact sheets about the artwork in the floor. As for the "new world" designation, the New World Airport Commission was simply a group consisting of local business and political leaders who sponsored and organized a number of pre-opening events at Denver International Airport. The airport was to usher in a new era making Denver a world-class city, thus the New World name. The group has absolutely no association with the new world order. And the underground facilities are just baggage tunnels that are used every day by hundreds of airline workers to take luggage to and from the Terminal.
However, these explanations rarely satisfy people who love to believe in conspiracy theories and who are convinced that Denver International Airport is at the center of something sinister. It is important to keep in mind that this airport was the largest, most scrutinized Public Works project in American history. There were cameras and reporters here documenting every single inch of dirt ever moved.
If something strange was going on
out here, hundreds of media outlets would have been all over it
by now. I'm surprised it took you nine years to send this email.
I will get back to you with the information you requested so
that you may post it to your web site. Of course, I'm betting
you will probably post this as well.
I do not have any contact information for him, but you might be able to track him down if you have any further questions about his art. Below are descriptions of his murals at Denver International Airport:
Leo Tanguma "The Children of the World Dream of Peace" is a powerful mural expressing the artist's desire to abolish violence in society. One part of the diptych exhibits the tragedy and devastation of war and its impact on humanity. The mural then moves to images of smiling children dressed in folk costumes from around the world celebrating peace prevailing over war.
Leo Tanguma "In Peace and Harmony with Nature" addresses environmental issues of the world. One side of the mural shows children pouring out great sadness over the destruction and extinction of life - human, flora and fauna. The other part depicts humanity coming together to rehabilitate and celebrate nature and its diversity.
Below is a description of the artwork in the floor you asked for: Juane Quick-to-See Smith / Ken Iwamasa Center Great Hall Floor. The terrazzo floor completes the three-part thematic work of art in Jeppesen Terminal. Using a grid similar to those used to create cubist and constructivist paintings, a traditional Native American design appears in the floor.
The rainbow step bars move in from the corner wings to connect the interior modules with "Mountain Mirage" (the fountain). The river pattern emerging from the wings suggests the four rivers of Colorado's Great Divide. The history of the state is told through bronze pictographs embedded in the terrazzo. Pictographs have long been used by many indigenous groups to depict their history. The bronze pictographs represent Colorado's economic industries like skiing, farming, industry, tourism, arts, etc.
Huh... I felt like the video blended 2 stories together. Maybe there are signs of the NWO at DIA, but the underground base they're referring to is WAY out in Eastern Colorado. From what I've heard, Norad is now obsolete (a base 1 mile deep in a mountain that could survive a nuclear attack), so the governement created this underground base, which I think is what they were referring to. From what I understand, there are underground runways too so planes can take off without being scene... I don't think it's designed for a mass genocide, but hey, there's my conspiracy story.
...THATS FREAKIN CRAZY... THO IF U THINK ABOUT IT........ ITS STILL FREAKIN CRAZY EVEN IF ITS NOT TRUE....IT MAKES YOU THINK.... I WONDER WHAT MR. ROGERS WOULD HAVE SAID?
definately an interesting take on the subject. the airport was created because the city was too close to it and people kept complaining about the noise. So they decided to move the airport out into the middle of no where...in modern days stuff has developed around it. but honestly...concentration camps in colorado....come on now. Maybe they're going to store some military shit down there. we have lots of that type of stuff in colorado, like cheyenne mountain. maybe its a place where army people can sleep in case of a large scale war. denver is right in the middle of out nation. those are my thoughts of those rooms. as for the paintings....i don't think they myan guy is part of the new world order, and if those were their intentions why the hell would the post them on the wall of an extremely busy airport. just to see if anyone notices?