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LINOUQ

2017 - 2018 |  Thomas Jefferson Park

On May 24, 1626 Dutch colonists acquired Manhattan

from the Native American people, the Lenape tribe. 

Inspired by the fabric and medicine wheel of the first inhabitants of Manhattan, I have created LINOUQ, a metal mosaic made of over 4,000 printed metal squares. 


From 2008 to 2012 I walked every street in Manhattan, from State Street to 220th Street, taking photographic details of walls along my route. This collection of photographs is used to create this photo-assemblage compiled of 4,170 printed metal squares that hang from a chain link fence of Thomas Jefferson Park. 
 

LINOUQ was selected in 2017 by NYC Parks and UNIQLO USA as a receiver of the Art in the Parks: UNIQLO Park Expressions Grant.

LINOUQ | 2017 - 2018 | prints on aluminum | 5' 5" x 31' 8"

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LINOUQ | 2017 - 2018 | prints on aluminum | 5' 5" x 31' 8"

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LINOUQ | 2017 - 2018 | prints on aluminum | 5' 5" x 31' 8"

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LINOUQ | 2017 - 2018 | prints on aluminum | 5' 5" x 31' 8"

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LINOUQ | 2017 - 2018 | prints on aluminum | 5' 5" x 31' 8"

Installation LINOUQ June 2017-19.jpg

LINOUQ | 2017 - 2018 | prints on aluminum | 5' 5" x 31' 8"

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LINOUQ | 2017 - 2018 | prints on aluminum | 5' 5" x 31' 8"

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LINOUQ | 2017 - 2018 | prints on aluminum | 5' 5" x 31' 8"