Highlights from Olafur Eliasson's Reality Projector Experience @ The Marciano Art Foundation

Reality Projector is a site-specific installation created for the foundation’s expansive first floor Theater Gallery. Eliasson has conceived of a seemingly simple, yet complex installation that uses projected light and the existing architecture of the space to create a dynamic shadow play. The artwork references the space’s former function as a theater as well as the history of filmmaking in the city by turning the entire space into an abstract, three-dimensional film. Eliasson’s exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to fully experience the magnificence of the space free of objects. Reality Projector will be on view beginning March 1, 2018 and will remain on view until August. photographs by Oliver Kupper

Ragnar Kjartansson’s S.S. Hangover with a Brass Sextet on Board Loops Around the Harlem Meer In Central Park

Icelandic conceptual artist Ragnar Kjartansson's incredible performance sculpture is currently making scheduled loops around the Harlem Meer in Central Park. The S.S. Hangover, a haphazard hybrid of Greek, Icelandic and Venetian ship design, was originally a 1934 wooden fishing boat from Reykjavík that the artist transformed into a remake of a theatrical boat that appeared on dry land in a swanky party scene in the film Remember Last Night? (1935). Sailing under the flag of a winged fat Pegasus–one that Kjartansson regards as a symbol for the artist struggling to reach sublime heights. Instrumentals are provided by the Grammy-nominated Metropolis Ensemble and led by conductor Andrew Cyr. You can catch the S.S. Hangover on Fridays and Saturdays through June 20, 2015 on the East side of the park near Lennox Avenue in New York.