FLYING HIGH INSTALLATION AT BARTOW-PELL MANSION

Flying High was a site specific installation at Bartow-Pell Mansion during Armory Arts Week 2013 in partnership with the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation. It was constructed out of brown butcher paper which was hung between two trees. The paper was crunched, crumpled, rolled, twisted, interlocked, woven and manipulated. Its formations created contrasting patterns […]

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Images of The Couple

Yesterday, we finished installing The Couple. It was alot harder than we thought it would be. The bases are 5ftx5ftx3ft. So, moving them to the site was problematic. To make sure that the bases would withstand the elements, it was nailed and glued together with frames underneath to keep it secured. With the help of […]

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New Venue

The venue of our next installation is Bartow Pell-Mansion Museum, located in the Northeast Bronx. The West Harlem Art Fund is very excited about this installation. The organization has produced numerous installations in NYC parks but never in a formal garden. The artist chosen for this installation is Dianne Smith and the name of the […]

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