New Sculpture Scrubs The Air Clean Of Pollution

New Sculpture Scrubs The Air Clean Of Pollution
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A sculpture on view this summer at MoMA PS1 will serve as an example of how architecture could actively fight pollution.

Dylan Schenker
  • 14 may 2012

What if art work could do more than just hang on a wall? This summer a new sculpture known only as WENDY will inhabit the courtyard in front of MoMA PS1 in Queens that will actively clean the airspace surrounding it.

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