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Arch: Good Fences Make Good Neighbors
The work of multidisciplinary artist and activist, Ai Weiwei, Arch sees a 40-foot tall cage-like structure installed beneath New York’s iconic Washington Square Arch. Perfected in mirror polished stainless steel, the sculptural structure creates a passageway in the form of two united human silhouettes. Combining the form of a passageway (which suggests movement) with that of a fence or cage (which suggests the inhibition of movement), the artwork creates a paradox which provokes discussion on issues relating to borders, immigration and access, and begs us to consider the inherent dualities of the world we live in.
Arch is one of two works realised by UAP in collaboration with the artist for the Public Art Fund citywide exhibition ‘Ai Weiwei: Good Fences Make Good Neighbors’. One of Ai’s biggest public art projects to date, the project comprises more than 300 individual installations across the five boroughs of New York City.
ARTIST: Ai Weiwei
ARTWORK TITLE: Arch
EXHIBITION: Good Fences Make Good Neighbors
PROJECT: Public Art Fund 40th Anniversary
LOCATION: New York City, North America
CLIENT: Public Art Fund