In Focus Joy to the World Nick Cave—the artist, not the musician—lights up Times Square with an exuberant vision of renewal and hope. Launch Slideshow 2 PHOTOS Culture Fifteen years ago, artist Nick Cave was standing in the middle of Times Square, thinking, I would love to do a video installation here. Perhaps he’s also a prophet because, beginning December 1, that dream is reality. Cave’s “Drive-By Remix” will be projected onto roughly 70 screens every night between 11:57 and midnight through December 30. It’s part of the Times Square Alliance’s Midnight Moment series, the world’s largest, longest-running digital art exhibition. The piece features dancers wearing Cave’s elaborate Soundsuits—goofy, colorful, bizarrely festooned creatures, this time on pogo sticks. If you should happen to look up and think, Whoa, what the hell is that?—well, Cave has done his job. “Everybody has their own issues and things they’re dealing with, in addition to a very intense and troubling discourse politically,” says Cave. “We need moments that jolt us, that wake up our consciousness—and maybe change our mood in the process.” Color, movement and playfulness are Cave signatures, but the Soundsuits’ catalyst was grief—a response to the beating of Rodney King by police… Read full this story
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