Central Park Conservancy, celebrating their 35th anniversary as savior and steward of New York's most iconic park, culminated with an art exhibition curated by Creative Time. Concentrated in the under-utilized northern end, Drifting in Daylight was a multi-artist, performance-based exhibition that activated the park in peculiar, ephemeral ways. I designed the project identity, extensive on-site signage, and the ubiquitous map and guides seen in the hands of park visitors for the duration of the show.
- Spring & Summer 2015
More photos forthcoming.