Crepusculo con Queso   GOLD, Locación Cristo Salvador, Havana, Cuba, 2016  PhotographersJazmín Valdés Ramos and Otari Oliva Buadze
       
     
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  The Ticker tape step   Times Square, New York, 2011   “The ticker tape step” was performed October 6 2011 by throwing of confetti from the office windows of Times Square Alliance facing Times Square.  The first ticker tape parade was a spontaneous celebration of the Statue of Liberty in October 1886 – 125 years before. As the parade passed the New York Stock Exchange, traders threw ticker-tape from the windows, starting the New York ticker-tape parade tradition. This scaled-down version, referring to today’s economic crises and re-questioning the issue of freedom, is not so much a critical project as a focus on celebrating the everyday pedestrians in Times Square.  The event was organized by the The Work Office in collaboration with the Times Square Alliance. It is a part of a large worldwide art project in which artists use color and art as tools to heal cities to reduce fear among citizes
       
     
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  Cheering up the neighbours, attempt 1   Rio de Janeiro, 2013      
       
     
  Pavement improvement, attempt 1   Copenhagen, 2015
       
     
  Pink cloud   In collaboration with Mira Kongstein, Copenhagen, 2014
       
     
  Crepusculo con Queso   GOLD, Locación Cristo Salvador, Havana, Cuba, 2016  PhotographersJazmín Valdés Ramos and Otari Oliva Buadze
       
     

Crepusculo con Queso

GOLD, Locación Cristo Salvador, Havana, Cuba, 2016

PhotographersJazmín Valdés Ramos and Otari Oliva Buadze

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  The Ticker tape step   Times Square, New York, 2011   “The ticker tape step” was performed October 6 2011 by throwing of confetti from the office windows of Times Square Alliance facing Times Square.  The first ticker tape parade was a spontaneous celebration of the Statue of Liberty in October 1886 – 125 years before. As the parade passed the New York Stock Exchange, traders threw ticker-tape from the windows, starting the New York ticker-tape parade tradition. This scaled-down version, referring to today’s economic crises and re-questioning the issue of freedom, is not so much a critical project as a focus on celebrating the everyday pedestrians in Times Square.  The event was organized by the The Work Office in collaboration with the Times Square Alliance. It is a part of a large worldwide art project in which artists use color and art as tools to heal cities to reduce fear among citizes
       
     

The Ticker tape step

Times Square, New York, 2011

 “The ticker tape step” was performed October 6 2011 by throwing of confetti from the office windows of Times Square Alliance facing Times Square.

The first ticker tape parade was a spontaneous celebration of the Statue of Liberty in October 1886 – 125 years before. As the parade passed the New York Stock Exchange, traders threw ticker-tape from the windows, starting the New York ticker-tape parade tradition. This scaled-down version, referring to today’s economic crises and re-questioning the issue of freedom, is not so much a critical project as a focus on celebrating the everyday pedestrians in Times Square.

The event was organized by the The Work Office in collaboration with the Times Square Alliance. It is a part of a large worldwide art project in which artists use color and art as tools to heal cities to reduce fear among citizes

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  Cheering up the neighbours, attempt 1   Rio de Janeiro, 2013      
       
     

Cheering up the neighbours, attempt 1

Rio de Janeiro, 2013

 

 

  Pavement improvement, attempt 1   Copenhagen, 2015
       
     

Pavement improvement, attempt 1

Copenhagen, 2015

  Pink cloud   In collaboration with Mira Kongstein, Copenhagen, 2014
       
     

Pink cloud

In collaboration with Mira Kongstein, Copenhagen, 2014