Centre-fuge Art Partnership with New Museum Underway on 1st Street

Posted on: May 3rd, 2013 at 6:20 am by

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The eighth cycle of Centre-fuge artwork is now upon us. But, as previously reported, this round is much more ambitious, and carries a partnership with the New Museum. “Influx in Flux,” as it’s known, is part of the second Ideas City Festival. It includes painting the usual mid-block trailer on East First (Collin Scotese, Cruz, Demer, Elle, Mor, Turtle Caps), the empty containers near One and One (N’DA, Yuri Velez, Cram Concepts Claw Money), and fences inside First Park (Sheryo & the Yok, Ray Smith & Sofia Maldonado, Cre8tive YouTH*ink).

As a bonus, project co-founder Pebbles Russell is recreating a Mike Hamm piece for the eastern end cap. Fitting, since Hamm is the actual inspiration behind Centre-fuge.

Check out the gallery below:

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