Voice your opinion on capitalism in Times Square
Steve Lambert’s interactive art piece will debut in Times Square on Sept 20 as part of the Crossing the Line festival.
Thu Sep 12 2013
Photograph: © Steve Lambert
Artist Steve Lambert is bringing one of his discussion-provoking pieces to Times Square. It's called Capitalism Works for Me! (True/False), and it's a giant illuminated sign that tallies votes from passersby agreeing or disagreeing with its titular statement.
The interactive piece is part of the French Institute Alliance Française's annual festival, Crossing the Line. New Yorkers can voice their opinions on capitalism via the massive scoreboard, plus Lambert and his team will be on hand to engage with the public and film their reactions to post online. Stop by to place your vote on September 20 from noon through 5pm, or October 6 through 9 from noon through 7pm.
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