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For this installation, Taylor explores situating a tattoo onto the ceiling and walls of CMA’s Bridge. Taylor’s road tattoos are site-specific, community-based public artworks.

Press Release

Steed Taylor’s work often is composed of “tattoos,” which are usually painted directly onto a roadway for purposes similar to that of a tattoo on skin—as a means of commemoration, communication, and ritual. For this installation, Taylor explores situating a tattoo onto the ceiling and walls of CMA’s Bridge. Taylor’s road tattoos are site-specific, community-based public artworks. For Comity …

Steed Taylor’s work often is composed of “tattoos,” which are usually painted directly onto a roadway for purposes similar to that of a tattoo on skin—as a means of commemoration, communication, and ritual. For this installation, Taylor explores situating a tattoo onto the ceiling and walls of CMA’s Bridge. Taylor’s road tattoos are site-specific, community-based public artworks. For Comity Bridge, Taylor worked with children enrolled in CMA’s art classes and community programs during the installation process, asking participants to write their statements of comity, or statements of mutual …

Location

103 Charlton Street
New York, NY, US
Mondays: General Admission (All Ages) 12PM – 5PM Under 5s Drop In Class 10:45AM – 12PM Tuesdays: Closed for General Admission Under 5s Drop In Class 10:45AM – 12PM Wednesdays: Closed for General Admission Under 5s Drop In Class 10:45AM – 12PM Thursdays: General Admission (All Ages) 12PM – 6PM Under 5s Drop In Class 10:45AM – 12PM Pay – As – You – Wish 4PM – 6PM Fridays: General Admission (All Ages) 12PM – 5PM Under 5s Drop In Class 10:45AM – 12PM Saturdays: General Admission (All Ages) 10AM – 5PM Sundays: General Admission (All Ages) 10AM – 5PM