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fernandez madison square garden art installation

fernandez madison square garden art installation

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MADISON SQUARE PARK CONSERVANCYS MAD. SQ. ART PRESENTS MAJOR OUTDOOR EXHIBITION BY INTERNATIONALLY-RENOWNED ARTIST TERESITA FERNNDEZ ON JUNE 1, 2015
Fata Morgana, a 500-foot-long sculpture in six sections installed horizontally above park visitors, will be Mad. Sq. Arts most ambitious commissioned outdoor sculpture Mad. Sq. Art, the free, contemporary art program of Madison Square Park Conservancy, proudly presents Fata Morgana by New York-based artist Teresita Fernndez, the Conservancys largest and most ambitious outdoor sculpture to date. The outdoor sculpture, which will consist of 500 running feet of golden, mirror-polished discs that create canopies above the pathways around the Parks central Oval Lawn, will be on view in Madison Square Park beginning June 1, 2015. In nature, a Fata Morgana is a horizontal mirage that forms across the horizon line. Alluding to this phenomenon, Fernndezs project introduces a shimmering horizontal element to the Park that will engage visitors in a dynamic experience. The installation is a mirror-polished, golden metal sculpture that will hover above the Parks winding walkways to define a luminous experiential passage for Park visitors. The metal forms, perforated with intricate patterns reminiscent of foliage, will create abstract flickering effects as sunlight filters through the canopy, casting a golden glow across the expanse of the work, paths, and passersby. The project is Mad. Sq. Arts first to fully utilize the upper register of a visitors space.

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