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Found everywhere from inner cities to remote landscapes, Spanish artist Cristina Iglesias’ horizontal fountains, submerged rooms, tropical mazes and even entire lighthouses, bring together literature, architecture, geology and botany to create immersive spaces that meditate on the relationship between humans, nature and how the two intersect. Landscape and Memory, her new site-specific public installation commissioned by Madison Square Park Conservancy, consists of five bronze pools flowing with water and carved to resemble a subterranean tangle of rocks, roots, and abstract forms, with mirrored surfaces offering an illusion of vast, eternal terrain.
The installation forms part of a major transatlantic moment for the artist, who currently has a site-specific installation at London’s Royal Academy, and a solo show at Gagosian Davies Street.

Cristina Iglesias, Landscape and Memory @ Madison Square Park

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Admission / Cost FREE
Organiser Maddison Square Park Conservancy

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