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See Tatiana Trouvé Talk about her new Piece in Doris C Freedman Plaza

I love the Public Art Fund’s talks! Check out Tatiana Trouvé as she chats about her new piece that will grace the south east corner of Central Park for the next few months.

Our spring series of talks at The New School continues with Paris-based, Italian-born artist Tatiana Trouvé. Frequently using cast materials, such as concrete, copper, and bronze, she exquisitely transforms everyday objects into powerful sculptural forms. Her elaborate and layered drawings serve as an uncanny complement to her three-dimensional practice. On the eve of the opening of her exhibition Desire Lines at Doris C. Freedman Plaza in Central Park (March 3 -August 30, 2015), Trouvé will discuss the development of this new work in the context of her engagement with sculpture and public space. With Desire Lines, she has created a large-scale installation that measures the network of pathways that crisscross Central Park, translating this numerical data into spools of colorful rope installed at the entrance to the park.

Monday, March 2, 6:30pm
Information & Tickets

Talks take place at:
The New School, 12th Street Auditorium
66 West 12th Street (between 5th and 6th Avenues)

$10; FREE to all students with valid ID
Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance at

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