Nick Cave Creates A Magical Art Display at Grand Central Station

By: Jessica Marren - Published: • References: yatzer
Multifaceted artist Nick Cave conceptualized, created and choreographed this absolutely amazing spectacle of colorful dancing horses in Grand Central Station, New York. From March 25th to March 31st thirty vibrantly colored life size horses will dance noisily among the crowds of people in the terminal. This production titled 'Heard-NY' is a celebratory installation taking place twice daily at 11 am and 2 pm.


Creating art installations in public domain has the most impact. I can't imagine how thrilling it would be to experience this amazing display colorful horses who accompanied by sixty other dancers in elaborate costumes make remarkable musical sounds as they dance. When asked about the implications of this commotion of rich textures and mesmerizing movements of the Dancing Horses in Grand Central Nick Cave states,
"I try to create a moment that brings us back to dreaming and fantasy, to a state of mind where we can think about alternative ways of being."
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