Julia Buntaine Hoel: Thoughts, Gramercy, Manhattan, November 2020

  • Art on 345 Park Ave South
  • Art on 345 Park Ave South
  • Art on 345 Park Ave South
  • Art on 345 Park Ave South
  • Art on 345 Park Ave South
  • Art on 345 Park Ave South

About Thoughts, Gramercy, Manhattan, November 2020

“City Canvas’’ is a 24-month pilot designed to allow the installation of temporary visual art on eligible sidewalk sheds and construction fences. We’ve worked with local communities to transform protective construction structures into spaces for temporary art installations. This is a partnership with The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA), in collaboration with the New York City Department of Buildings (DOB) and the Office of the Mayor.

Julia’s series “Thoughts” – which explores the morphology of varying groups of neurons, formed by overlaying cell bodies, and produced via neuroimaging software. The original series is printed on aluminum at 20” x 16” each.

Julia Buntaine Hoel

Julia Buntaine Hoel is a New York City resident and the founding Executive Director of SciArt Initiative – a nonprofit that fuses art and science. She is a graduate of MICA and SVA. As the building is being turned into the home of a health care incubator (Deerfield), her work also serves the purpose of an artful public service announcement regarding the forthcoming building occupant.

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