Along 14th Street from Avenue C to the Hudson River, NYC
Color Walks is an interactive installation. Colored plexiglass rectangles are placed against the old New York Savings Bank building, and through this interruption, passersby are invited to notice the city and themselves within the context of color and form. The artist asks that people ‘take a color for a walk,’ moving it along the street and changing the composition and context of the space. Like perception itself, color becomes moveable and in flux. In contrast to the buildings, these color forms are not owned or sold but move through the street in a free exchange.