New York City is getting its groove back as New Yorkers and tourists embrace a summer of reemergence. In Riverside Park, the energy is captured and conveyed through art.
Artist Shuli Sade’s “Upstream Downstream” augmented reality installation brings viewers into “the temporariness of time and of the ever-flowing water” as part of the Riverside Park Conservancy’s “Re:Growth” exhibit on the Hudson River.
“I create oblate-shaped augmented logograms reflecting ecological, topographic, and technological wisdom metaphorically carried by the river,” Sade says. “A matrix of memory, the river is a flowing conduit between space and time.”
It’s a relatable theme following the pandemic time warp, and one of 13 site-specific installations spanning several miles and months this summer.
Duggal Visual Solutions is proud to partner with Shuli Sade on her intricate and imaginative works, including providing Vibrachrome™ metal prints for “Upstream Downstream” signage as well as a large permanent installation at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Learn more about Sade’s artistic vision for both projects on her CODAworx page.