Brooklyn-based IVÁN NAVARRO (born 1972 in Santiago, Chile) has a temporary public art project called THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND. On view through April 13, 2014 in Madison Square Park, New York City, it features three water towers inside of which neon reflections repeat infinitely. The artist takes the exhibition’s title from the beloved 1940 Woody Guthrie folk song, which is both an American anthem and a vocal pull to the freedoms offered in this country for an immigrant population. The towers are elevated to a height above visitors’ heads, allowing them to walk underneath and look up into each sculpture to view the content within.
For more information on the artist: Iván Navarro
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