Experience a Range of Emotions with this ‘Signpost’ on First Street Green

Posted on: December 22nd, 2015 at 9:34 am by
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We went down to the crossroads and found this signpost. Which is actually what it’s called. The art installation, that is.

Last month, Australian-based artist Stuart Ringholt hammered “Signpost” into place on the park space curated by First Street Green.

Employing standard street sign design and materials (ex-USA, though) for this “sculpture,” Ringholt prompts passersby to address a range of emotions. A choose-your-own-adventure, if you will.

The signpost sentiments include:


This latest public art project is in conjunction with a recent exhibit at the OSMOS Address on East First Street, “Nudes, Signs, and a Contract.” It’s an ongoing partnership that is further bolstered by NYC Parks.

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