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Art June, 8 2011

Ryoji Ikeda “the transfinite” at Park Avenue Armory

For the third annual visual arts commission, the Park Avenue Armory has chosen to work with artist and composer Ryoji Ikeda. The artist’s installation “the transfinite” occupies much of the buildings 55,000 square foot drill hall, offering a first chance for an American audience to experience his work. Subsuming the crowd with abstract expressions of digital code accompanied by a tight composition, Ikeda meditates on the concept of infinity.

Park Avenue Armory
643 Park Avenue (at 67th Street)
New York City

The exhibition runs to June 11, 2011. Don’t worry if you can’t catch it, simply head to the jump for our exclusive video of the experience.

A cross section of views from Ryoji Ikeda’s “the transfinite” installation at the New York City Park Avenue Armory installation, June 2011.

Filmed and Edited by Jacob Breinholt for Curatedmag.com

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