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Through floating sculptures, interactive installations, often with spiders and their webs, artist Tomás Saraceno invites YOU

Through floating sculptures, interactive installations, often with spiders and their webs, artist Tomás Saraceno invites you to think about the vibration that can only be heard and found in total darkness. A newly commissioned sensory experience, Free the Air: How to hear the universe in a spider/web, a 95-foot-diameter installation (the sensory experience in The McCourt) AND the gallery exhibition at the Shed in Hudson Yard. Give yourself at least 30 MIN to check-in for the safety waiver agreement and other instructions needed. Only 25 people are allowed in the Upper Level (45 ft above the ground) and 20 in the Lower Level per time slot. For those with Arachnophobia we don't recommend this exhibit. However, if you love science, it's a must!

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Examining Isolation Within "Ghost Forest"

Now, more than ever, there’s a temptation to represent the feeling of isolation. That wasn’t Maya Lin’s only goal in “Ghost Forest,” her public installation piece patiently placed in the center of Madison Square Park...

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