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An interactive art installation at the South Street Seaport, when you touch the sensors on the poles they react to your touch with light and sound.

 

Designed by SOFTlab for Lincoln and Atlantic Re: Think.

 

From the text panel: "Inspired by the human-centered design of its namesake, the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus SUV, it puts control into the hands of the people who engage with it"

From the website:

Add Color (Refugee Boat) (1960/2019) is an interactive installation conceived of by visual artist Yoko Ono. Upon opening, the work will be comprised simply of a boat placed within an empty space. The public will then be invited to paint their thoughts, ideas and hopes on the walls, floor and boat. As the installation progresses, messages will be written in support, contrast and literal obfuscation of one another, moving the space from visual calm to a layered visual chaos – a beautiful sea of color from afar, a more restless reality upon closer inspection. Freely imbued in this way with a multiplicity of thoughts, each time Add Color (Refugee Boat) is shown it both shares in the memory of past iterations, while taking on a life and a meaning of its own - acutely reflecting the time, place and people that come together to create it.

From the website:

Add Color (Refugee Boat) (1960/2019) is an interactive installation conceived of by visual artist Yoko Ono. Upon opening, the work will be comprised simply of a boat placed within an empty space. The public will then be invited to paint their thoughts, ideas and hopes on the walls, floor and boat. As the installation progresses, messages will be written in support, contrast and literal obfuscation of one another, moving the space from visual calm to a layered visual chaos – a beautiful sea of color from afar, a more restless reality upon closer inspection. Freely imbued in this way with a multiplicity of thoughts, each time Add Color (Refugee Boat) is shown it both shares in the memory of past iterations, while taking on a life and a meaning of its own - acutely reflecting the time, place and people that come together to create it.

From the website:

Add Color (Refugee Boat) (1960/2019) is an interactive installation conceived of by visual artist Yoko Ono. Upon opening, the work will be comprised simply of a boat placed within an empty space. The public will then be invited to paint their thoughts, ideas and hopes on the walls, floor and boat. As the installation progresses, messages will be written in support, contrast and literal obfuscation of one another, moving the space from visual calm to a layered visual chaos – a beautiful sea of color from afar, a more restless reality upon closer inspection. Freely imbued in this way with a multiplicity of thoughts, each time Add Color (Refugee Boat) is shown it both shares in the memory of past iterations, while taking on a life and a meaning of its own - acutely reflecting the time, place and people that come together to create it.

many chewed gum bits applied to sculpture butt, budapest

The first thing we noticed walking out of the airport was extreme heat. And we were told that the hot part of the year is over and it's getting colder now. The mornings were very hazy. In general the city is loud with traffic, and huge developments are everywhere. The best way to get around is a motorcycle. Driving requires some time to adjust. Everyone honks but we didn't notice any road rage… Police are present on the streets, but we didn't notice so many ambulances and no fire trucks at all. The directions are given by landmarks, not street addresses as street layout is literally changing daily with the fast pace of growth.

 

Albus Cavus artists Pose 2, Chor Boogie and Peter K visited Dubai in October to create innovative public art projects that promote community engagement, civic pride and artistic creativity of the local residents. More information about the trip can be found here.

An interactive art installation at the South Street Seaport, when you touch the sensors on the poles they react to your touch with light and sound.

 

Designed by SOFTlab for Lincoln and Atlantic Re: Think.

 

From the text panel: "Inspired by the human-centered design of its namesake, the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus SUV, it puts control into the hands of the people who engage with it"

An interactive art installation at the South Street Seaport, when you touch the sensors on the poles they react to your touch with light and sound.

 

Designed by SOFTlab for Lincoln and Atlantic Re: Think.

 

From the text panel: "Inspired by the human-centered design of its namesake, the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus SUV, it puts control into the hands of the people who engage with it"

An interactive art installation at the South Street Seaport, when you touch the sensors on the poles they react to your touch with light and sound.

 

Designed by SOFTlab for Lincoln and Atlantic Re: Think.

 

From the text panel: "Inspired by the human-centered design of its namesake, the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus SUV, it puts control into the hands of the people who engage with it"

From the website:

Add Color (Refugee Boat) (1960/2019) is an interactive installation conceived of by visual artist Yoko Ono. Upon opening, the work will be comprised simply of a boat placed within an empty space. The public will then be invited to paint their thoughts, ideas and hopes on the walls, floor and boat. As the installation progresses, messages will be written in support, contrast and literal obfuscation of one another, moving the space from visual calm to a layered visual chaos – a beautiful sea of color from afar, a more restless reality upon closer inspection. Freely imbued in this way with a multiplicity of thoughts, each time Add Color (Refugee Boat) is shown it both shares in the memory of past iterations, while taking on a life and a meaning of its own - acutely reflecting the time, place and people that come together to create it.

JR and Inside Out Project

Highline, NYC 5/20/12

www.insideoutproject.net

Pose2 and Chor Boogie and their canvas commissioned by MTV Arabia.

 

Albus Cavus artists Pose 2, Chor Boogie and Peter K visited Dubai in October to create innovative public art projects that promote community engagement, civic pride and artistic creativity of the local residents. More information about the trip can be found here.

This is part of 1997 reinternment of the Cadillac Ranch participatory art project by Ant Farm just off Route 66 (now I-40) west of Amarillo, Texas. The 1970s project was sponsored by oil man Stanley Marsh 3 on his land and reinstalled in 1997 with new cars going east -west rather than the original n/s line-up.

“Collaborative Altar to Chinese Ancestors” altar by Justin and Anna Hoover, Katie Paxton and Tamara Liu

 

*This is a participatory altar. To make an offering to your ancestors, email an image sized no larger than one sheet of standard legal paper to Jhoover.Charles@gmail.com. The artist will produce your offering on paper in the same style and add it to the offering table and will burn it with the rest when the exhibition concludes on November 5, 2011.*

 

This hybrid Taoist Buddhist altar incorporates the practice of altar building in Buddhism with the rituals of ancestor worship in Taosim, wherein one burns paper money called "Hell Bank Notes, or Joss Paper" as a way of sending money to the next life. In Taoism there is no heaven as we would conceptualize it in the West. Rather everyone becomes ghosts or spirits in a way and the process of sending objects and provisions to them is through burning their representations. Thus, we have devised this intricate altar and secondary offerings table as a way of sending the things of daily life to our ancestors for their use in the next world. These include, fruit, bowls, vases with flowers, icons of Buddha, a briefcase full of money, shoes, jewelry, watches, toothpaste, toothbrush, candy, tobacco, matches, a pencil, cards, band-aids, cameras and more.

 

For more information on the upcoming Illuminations: Dia de los Muertos 2011 exhibition, please visit: www.somarts.org/dayofthedead/

 

Photo by Bianca Sandiko

Mural on the The Jam Jar building in collaboration with Vivek Blech and Diya Ajit.

 

Albus Cavus artists Pose 2, Chor Boogie and Peter K visited Dubai in October to create innovative public art projects that promote community engagement, civic pride and artistic creativity of the local residents. More information about the trip can be found here.

Times Square Arts, in partnership with the Polish Cultural Institute New York and Performa, presented a three-part exhibition by the seminal Polish artistic collective Akademia Ruchu in Times Square on Friday, November 8, and Saturday, November 9, 2013. The exhibition included live performance, video, and printed material, the first time an exhibition featuring all three elements was presented in the Crossroads of the World.

 

The performance series, entitled The Market of Toys, was created specifically for Times Square. It is composed of four distinctive minimalistic single-element actions representative of Akademia Ruchu's 40 years of experience working in the public realm. These austere, participatory interventions will simultaneously contrast and emphasize the vibrant character of Times Square and its multitude of visitors. The performances will be complemented by videos chronicling some of the collective's seminal performances. These 30 second videos will play every 5 minutes on 10 CEMUSA newspaper kiosks located between 34th-48th Streets. A printed exhibition in the form of a newspaper documenting Academia Ruchu's deep history of socially and politically driven public performances will be handed out to visitors.

 

Akademia Ruchu (The Academy of Movement) has been a political sounding board in Poland since its establishment in 1973 in Warsaw. Operating at the juncture of theater, performances, political actions, and anonymous interventions in the public realm which and with the involvement of spectators.

 

Photo Credit: ³Akademia Ruchu, The Market of Toys² part of the Polish Pavilion Without Walls; Times Square Arts in partnership with Performa13 and the Polish Cultural Institute New York. Photographs by Ka-Man Tse for @TSqArts.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

Empathy Corporation

Presentation of The Hive, a partnership between EFA Project Space and A Blade of Grass.

June 22 - July 21, 2013

  

Project by:

 

The Feminist Economics Department

Robby Herbst

Piero Passacantando

 

www.efanyc.org/the-hive/

 

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

Times Square Arts, in partnership with the Polish Cultural Institute New York and Performa, presented a three-part exhibition by the seminal Polish artistic collective Akademia Ruchu in Times Square on Friday, November 8, and Saturday, November 9, 2013. The exhibition included live performance, video, and printed material, the first time an exhibition featuring all three elements was presented in the Crossroads of the World.

 

The performance series, entitled The Market of Toys, was created specifically for Times Square. It is composed of four distinctive minimalistic single-element actions representative of Akademia Ruchu's 40 years of experience working in the public realm. These austere, participatory interventions will simultaneously contrast and emphasize the vibrant character of Times Square and its multitude of visitors. The performances will be complemented by videos chronicling some of the collective's seminal performances. These 30 second videos will play every 5 minutes on 10 CEMUSA newspaper kiosks located between 34th-48th Streets. A printed exhibition in the form of a newspaper documenting Academia Ruchu's deep history of socially and politically driven public performances will be handed out to visitors.

 

Akademia Ruchu (The Academy of Movement) has been a political sounding board in Poland since its establishment in 1973 in Warsaw. Operating at the juncture of theater, performances, political actions, and anonymous interventions in the public realm which and with the involvement of spectators.

 

Photo Credit: ³Akademia Ruchu, The Market of Toys² part of the Polish Pavilion Without Walls; Times Square Arts in partnership with Performa13 and the Polish Cultural Institute New York. Photographs by Ka-Man Tse for @TSqArts.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

Times Square Arts, in partnership with the Polish Cultural Institute New York and Performa, presented a three-part exhibition by the seminal Polish artistic collective Akademia Ruchu in Times Square on Friday, November 8, and Saturday, November 9, 2013. The exhibition included live performance, video, and printed material, the first time an exhibition featuring all three elements was presented in the Crossroads of the World.

 

The performance series, entitled The Market of Toys, was created specifically for Times Square. It is composed of four distinctive minimalistic single-element actions representative of Akademia Ruchu's 40 years of experience working in the public realm. These austere, participatory interventions will simultaneously contrast and emphasize the vibrant character of Times Square and its multitude of visitors. The performances will be complemented by videos chronicling some of the collective's seminal performances. These 30 second videos will play every 5 minutes on 10 CEMUSA newspaper kiosks located between 34th-48th Streets. A printed exhibition in the form of a newspaper documenting Academia Ruchu's deep history of socially and politically driven public performances will be handed out to visitors.

 

Akademia Ruchu (The Academy of Movement) has been a political sounding board in Poland since its establishment in 1973 in Warsaw. Operating at the juncture of theater, performances, political actions, and anonymous interventions in the public realm which and with the involvement of spectators.

 

Photo Credit: ³Akademia Ruchu, The Market of Toys² part of the Polish Pavilion Without Walls; Times Square Arts in partnership with Performa13 and the Polish Cultural Institute New York. Photographs by Ka-Man Tse for @TSqArts.

'black market' undertook creative development as part of vitalstatistix theatre company’s interdisciplinary hothouse adhocracy in june 2014. photo: jennifer greer holmes and heath britton. copyright vitalstatistix.

Times Square Arts, in partnership with the Polish Cultural Institute New York and Performa, presented a three-part exhibition by the seminal Polish artistic collective Akademia Ruchu in Times Square on Friday, November 8, and Saturday, November 9, 2013. The exhibition included live performance, video, and printed material, the first time an exhibition featuring all three elements was presented in the Crossroads of the World.

 

The performance series, entitled The Market of Toys, was created specifically for Times Square. It is composed of four distinctive minimalistic single-element actions representative of Akademia Ruchu's 40 years of experience working in the public realm. These austere, participatory interventions will simultaneously contrast and emphasize the vibrant character of Times Square and its multitude of visitors. The performances will be complemented by videos chronicling some of the collective's seminal performances. These 30 second videos will play every 5 minutes on 10 CEMUSA newspaper kiosks located between 34th-48th Streets. A printed exhibition in the form of a newspaper documenting Academia Ruchu's deep history of socially and politically driven public performances will be handed out to visitors.

 

Akademia Ruchu (The Academy of Movement) has been a political sounding board in Poland since its establishment in 1973 in Warsaw. Operating at the juncture of theater, performances, political actions, and anonymous interventions in the public realm which and with the involvement of spectators.

 

Photo Credit: ³Akademia Ruchu, The Market of Toys² part of the Polish Pavilion Without Walls; Times Square Arts in partnership with Performa13 and the Polish Cultural Institute New York. Photographs by Ka-Man Tse for @TSqArts.

Times Square Arts, in partnership with the Polish Cultural Institute New York and Performa, presented a three-part exhibition by the seminal Polish artistic collective Akademia Ruchu in Times Square on Friday, November 8, and Saturday, November 9, 2013. The exhibition included live performance, video, and printed material, the first time an exhibition featuring all three elements was presented in the Crossroads of the World.

 

The performance series, entitled The Market of Toys, was created specifically for Times Square. It is composed of four distinctive minimalistic single-element actions representative of Akademia Ruchu's 40 years of experience working in the public realm. These austere, participatory interventions will simultaneously contrast and emphasize the vibrant character of Times Square and its multitude of visitors. The performances will be complemented by videos chronicling some of the collective's seminal performances. These 30 second videos will play every 5 minutes on 10 CEMUSA newspaper kiosks located between 34th-48th Streets. A printed exhibition in the form of a newspaper documenting Academia Ruchu's deep history of socially and politically driven public performances will be handed out to visitors.

 

Akademia Ruchu (The Academy of Movement) has been a political sounding board in Poland since its establishment in 1973 in Warsaw. Operating at the juncture of theater, performances, political actions, and anonymous interventions in the public realm which and with the involvement of spectators.

 

Photo Credit: ³Akademia Ruchu, The Market of Toys² part of the Polish Pavilion Without Walls; Times Square Arts in partnership with Performa13 and the Polish Cultural Institute New York. Photographs by Ka-Man Tse for @TSqArts.

Times Square Arts, in partnership with the Polish Cultural Institute New York and Performa, presented a three-part exhibition by the seminal Polish artistic collective Akademia Ruchu in Times Square on Friday, November 8, and Saturday, November 9, 2013. The exhibition included live performance, video, and printed material, the first time an exhibition featuring all three elements was presented in the Crossroads of the World.

 

The performance series, entitled The Market of Toys, was created specifically for Times Square. It is composed of four distinctive minimalistic single-element actions representative of Akademia Ruchu's 40 years of experience working in the public realm. These austere, participatory interventions will simultaneously contrast and emphasize the vibrant character of Times Square and its multitude of visitors. The performances will be complemented by videos chronicling some of the collective's seminal performances. These 30 second videos will play every 5 minutes on 10 CEMUSA newspaper kiosks located between 34th-48th Streets. A printed exhibition in the form of a newspaper documenting Academia Ruchu's deep history of socially and politically driven public performances will be handed out to visitors.

 

Akademia Ruchu (The Academy of Movement) has been a political sounding board in Poland since its establishment in 1973 in Warsaw. Operating at the juncture of theater, performances, political actions, and anonymous interventions in the public realm which and with the involvement of spectators.

 

Photo Credit: ³Akademia Ruchu, The Market of Toys² part of the Polish Pavilion Without Walls; Times Square Arts in partnership with Performa13 and the Polish Cultural Institute New York. Photographs by Ka-Man Tse for @TSqArts.

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