Manhattan Bridge Video Installation Celebrates NYC’s Diversity

Manhattan Bridge Video Installation Celebrates NYC’s Diversity
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Artist blends digital projection with a NYC architectural icon to recognize immigrant cultural contributions.

Dave Pinter, PSFK
  • 2 march 2011

Artist Carl Skelton has created a new temporary video installation which is projected on the colonnade of NYC’s Manhattan Bridge. The piece titled Ultratope 1: Real City pays tribute to everyday New Yorkers both past and present who’s diversity has helped define the character of the city.

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