Just what I would expect from these public-funded committees that seem to only approve ODD ART projects.
A curiosity - that may never make sense - Of course
de rigueur (a must)
Since I was on my way to "I am a Muslim, too", no time to ponder, wander nor wade through those poles; to READ and decipher this IMMIGRANT installation. (Not high on my bucket list)
The installation designed by The Office for Creative Research beat out several others to be the winner of this year's Times Square Valentine Heart Design Competition.
The exhibit is about 10 feet high and features 33 poles inscribed and colored to represent the different places where some of the foreign-born NYC residents came from. As visitors move around the sculpture, they get a different perspective. Once they arrive at the designated spot, a heart is revealed.
Perhaps "We Were Strangers Once, Too" was meant to ask HOW racist TRUMP could HATE Immigrants!
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