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 (Photograph: Daniel Avila)
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Michael Clyde Johnson, Untitled (Two Viewing Rooms, Offset) at FLOW.12 on Randalls Island Park
 (Photograph: Daniel Avila)
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Michael Clyde Johnson, Untitled (Two Viewing Rooms, Offset) at FLOW.12 on Randalls Island Park
 (Photograph: Daniel Avila)
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Gabriela Bertiller, Glamorous Picnic at FLOW.12 on Randalls Island Park
 (Photograph: Daniel Avila)
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Laura Kaufman, Meters To The Center at FLOW.12 on Randalls Island Park
 (Photograph: Daniel Avila)
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Laura Kaufman, Meters To The Center at FLOW.12 on Randalls Island Park
 (Photograph: Daniel Avila)
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Photograph: Daniel Avila
Nathan Gwynne, Famous Faces of Randall’s Island at FLOW.12 on Randalls Island Park
 (Photograph: Daniel Avila)
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Nathan Gwynne, Famous Faces of Randall’s Island at FLOW.12 on Randalls Island Park
 (Photograph: Daniel Avila)
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Sean Wrenn, Awakening Asylum at FLOW.12 on Randalls Island Park
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Sean Wrenn, Awakening Asylum at FLOW.12 on Randalls Island Park
The pieces of this public art installation are integrated into the surrounding environment and include aluminum statues of notable figures tied to the island’s past, such as Robert Moses and Jesse Owens (their faces are cut out so visitors can pose as them). Those sculptures dot the island’s network of bike and pedestrian routes, which include the newly opened first phase of the Hell Gate Pathway, a mile-long track that runs under the arches of the island’s elevated rail.

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