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Situated on a busy corner in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, DKLB BKLN enlisted Uprise Art to bring elements of the 36-story building’s metal facade to human scale. Artist Christina Watka pulled inspiration from the industrial palette and designed her latest site-specific “Murmuration Series” installation in a pattern that echoes the ebb and flow of the area.

Photos courtesy of Forest City Ratner

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“This specific installation mimics the patterns of people walking through the city streets. The installation travels along a 17-foot wall like a constellation or a herd of animals.”


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“Some pieces stand alone, some follow a flock, you can also spot pairs coupled off away from the crowd. The tiny porcelain shapes reflect the activity on the street - people coming home from work or families congregating on the edge of a street waiting for the light to turn.”


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