Inspired by the water tower situated on the Island, Andrew Chan's Resident Alien was positioned in proximity to the water tower so as to underscore the relationship between the extraterrestrial sculpture and its mothership, the water tower.Learn More >
Katherine Daniels' Tenkenas Sash was a site specific installation constructed of plastic ribbons woven into 8 x 400 feet of chain link fence.Learn More >
Jongil Ma’s work reflected on Randall’s Island’s geographic role, by interpreting the Island as a physical and metaphorical bridge, exploring the interconnectivity of different spaces.Learn More >
To construct Hey Poseidon, Gregory Reynolds installed a 17’ wooden boat on the wide strip of lawn between the bicycle/pedestrian path and the water on the south tip of Randall’s Island Park.Learn More >
Point of View, by Romy Scheroder, was a playful, memorable, functional approach to public art, which took an iconic object and gave it an unexpected twist, thereby changing audiences’ perception and interactions.Learn More >
This is actual installation day 2!