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Interactive public are piece with 3M Post-Its done in DUMBO, Brooklyn, New York for Illegal Art. The piece was feature on the New York Times OP-A… Read More
Interactive public are piece with 3M Post-Its done in DUMBO, Brooklyn, New York for Illegal Art. The piece was feature on the New York Times OP-Art page in September of 2007. Read Less
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From the refrigerator to the computer screen, the purse to the bathroom mirror: to-dos, commands, reminders, mantras and more have graced these ubiquitous three inch squares around the world. Illegal Art took them to the street to create three installations that were assembled with up to 6,500 individual Post-its for the passerby to jot, scribble and draw their pressing, and not so pressing tasks and pearls of wisdom.

TO DO was featured on The New York Times OP-ED page over the 2007 Labor Day weekend to illustrate those things left undone at summer's end. Illegal Art has presented this project and other works at the College Art Association's annual conference and numerous campuses throughout the United States.

www.illegalart.org

http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2007/09/02/opinion/20070902opart_index.html

70 Washington Street, DUMBO, 6,500 Post-Its
Participant at 70 Washington Street
Submission at 70 Washington Street, DUMBO
Submission at 70 Washington Street, DUMBO
Submission at 70 Washington Street, DUMBO
Submission at 70 Washington Street, DUMBO
Illegal Art, started in the summer of 2001, is a collaborative of artists, founded by myself and partner Otis Kreigel, whose goal is to create interactive public art to inspire self-reflectiion, thought and human connection. Each piece is then presented or distributed in a method in which participation is simple and encouraged.