Prismatica, an immersive art installation composed of 25 rainbow-shaped prisms, will be installed on the Broadway Pedestrian Plaza between 39th and 40th Streets this Monday, which will be provided by the Clothing District Alliance. The six-foot-tall prism will reflect the colors of a kaleidoscope as it moves, creating a colorful environment for pedestrians. Accompanied by the reflection of colorful spots, the sound of music will create a truly immersive landscape along the public passage.
“As our city continues to fight this pandemic and recover, it is important for us to start the new year by introducing bright and colorful public art installations in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, which will inspire New York Barbara A. Blair, President of the People Keeping Hope and Clothing Zone Alliance said. “Prismatica is indeed a fascinating exhibition that will definitely attract everyone who visits the clothing zone while providing a safe and socially safe outdoor experience this winter. ”
RAW Design collaborated with ATOMIC3 to create sparkling artworks, Dix auCarré led the sound design, ATOMIC3 and Jean-François Piché were responsible for the lighting design, and the production and technical guidance of ATOMIC3 and Louis Héon. It was first exhibited at the Film Festival Plaza in the Montreal Eyewear District in 2014.
This is not the only way for Canada to migrate south with the exhibition-at the top of the street-level winter kaleidoscope, the Garment District Alliance collaborated with the Quebec government office in New York to celebrate the new exhibition with a pop-up “sugar shed”. April 14. From 12:30-2:30 pm, you will be able to swing in the sparkling spot and receive some free fresh Canadian maple syrup made by chef Dominic Sylvain. The outdoor art installation will be on display until January 30. Looking for more art in New York? These are currently the best art exhibitions in New York City.
Broadway might not be active at the moment, but such part pieces like Prismatica will keep the artistic spirit live! Let’s hope that everything is back to normal soon enough.