After receiving recognition for its inventive social distancing circles, Domino Park unveiled another safe and socially distanced outdoor public installation. Created by American new media artist Jen Lewin, Reflect is an intruguing multi-sensory experience is inspired by the dynamic patterns created by organic systems found in nature. The 2,400 square feet sculpture consists of three concentric rings, and each is made up of interactive platforms that respond to visitors’ steps, triggering splashes of light that create an ever-changing pattern. The installation will encourage New Yorkers to stop to reflect for a moment and inspire connection as the city enters a new era of hope and revival.
“Throughout 2020, Domino Park has worked to find creative ways to keep visitors both safe and engaged. As the uncertain start of another unprecedented year commences, Jen Lewin’s installation at Domino Park will symbolize new beginnings and togetherness,” said Michael Lampariello, Director of Domino Park. “We are thrilled to feature such a distinguished, yet accessible, artist for all to enjoy here on Brooklyn’s waterfront.”
“This installation comes at just the right moment, people are craving safe ways to enjoy the city. Domino Park has always excelled at providing that, and this installation is no different,” said Kate Gavriel, Cultural Affairs Director of Two Trees Management Co. “We are thrilled to be working with the amazing artist Jen Lewin to create this unique and interactive public space for all New Yorkers to engage with and enjoy.”
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