A Cool Art Installation in Madison Square Park Tauheed Ahmad September 4, 2015 Creative Minds 1414 Brooklyn based artist Orly Genger, comes to Manhattan with a multicolor installation of hand knotted nautical rope covered in paint. The beautiful work features is to converting the park’s lawns into colorfully-lined chambers. This remarkable installation comprises of 1.4 million feet of rope which length equating to approximately 20 times the length of Manhattan covered in over 3,000 gallons of paint, and weighing over 100,000 pounds. The vivid colors like, Red, Yellow and Blue are re-purposed rope collected from hundreds of miles up and down the Eastern seaboard, bringing elements of the coastline to the urban setting of Madison Square Park. Along with, three separate structures of layered rope shaped on-site by the artist will redefine the landscape of the park, producing interactive environments that will invite adults and children alike to explore both exposed and hidden spaces, encouraging them to navigate and experience Madison Square Park. The visitors can really enjoy the artistic abilities. Related PostsBricklayer Transforms Ordinary Stone into Hypnotically Detailed SculpturesThe Luxurious landmark in Penthouse Offers Magnificent Views of New York City 1,396 Feet above the GroundGerman Artists Digital Paintings with Remarkable Skies and Fantastic StormsStunning Ocean Stones Meticulously Covered in Intriguing Tiny DotsVibrant Colors Paper Art BirdsThe Ikea’s Flat-Pack GARDEN for TowniesGorgeous Paintings on Fallen Tree Logs Mirror Their Natural OriginsAttractive Little Clouds Amusingly Water Potted Houseplants Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.