Check out the interview with Sarah Sze, who has created her most public and challenging design to date, an immersive work of art for New York City’s Second Avenue Subway. In the 96th Street stop, which marks the end of the line (for now), we will be able to walk through the station and enjoy the piece by Sarah Sze, a renowned artist from Boston, Massachusetts.
The exhibit, which was made using Alcalagres porcelain, is titled ‘Blueprint for a Landscape’ and stretches throughout the subway station like a blue wave with elements that appear to be move by the wind, from birds to papers and trees, in line with this American artist’s unique style. The dynamic mural seems to flow at the same pace as the thousands of passengers—tourists and New Yorkers alike—who pass through the station every day.
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