Jim Dessicino

Edward Snowden Statue

The Edward Snowden Statue was created from the belief that, sometimes, critical players in world history are deliberately omitted from public statuary, and therefore memory. Without a commission or permanent site, the statue is in limbo in solidarity with Edward Snowden. This sculpture will continue to travel, unsure of its future, in the public spaces of North America––where Snowden can be only in spirit. The sculpture asks us to question the validity of statuary as a means of transmitting history.


October 10 – 12

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47 9th Avenue, New York, NY 10014, USA
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October 10-12, from 10am-5pm on 14th Street and Ninth Avenue, in the triangle opposite the Apple Store.