Which Way


I had the opportunity to visit a colorful and thought-provoking exhibit called “Nearness” in New York’s Times Square this summer.  It fits in with the “which Way” theme:

Arlés del Rio’s “Nearness” deals with restrictions, distance, the forbidden and achieving longings despite impediments. The 17 sculptures consist of copper and steel panels cut out with human silhouettes of various sizes. These panels invite participants to get close and even step through, representing metaphorically the social, political, cultural and personal barriers, among others, that may keep us away from one another.

Here is a link for more info:
Times Square Alliance : Arles del Rio: Nearness

Submitted to “Cee’s Which Way Challenge”


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