Presenting visual and performance art in unexpected public spaces.

New Yorkers Restreeted.

Words and phrases buzzed round my head as i placed my magnets along 14th Street.

Does anyone else think while
roaming New York:
what the hell is this stuff
and who buys it?
@jusbass
It had been a long road to get to this point and…… a heavy night. I’d taken 75 tweets from New York residents and along with a drawn bird, turned them into magnetic vignettes. Their thoughts still resonated…
I was embarassed
and I didnt want it to lead to
other embarassing things.
@afgutierrez
It was quick and effortless. Between The Highline and 9th Ave it is adorned with metalllic surfaces. I put out all 150 magnets and photographed every one.
What is the etiquette
for when your ex-BF calls you to ask where in NYC
would be a good place to send
his new GF shopping
@contraryashley


When you’re out there you realise how little personal content exists on the street. Apart from names like Stella McCartney, where are people heard? I’m a quiet man and a good listener and I wanted to change that. Maybe New Yorkers get a bad press for being unapproachable but I have found the opposite. Twitter made it possible to hear them.

They got on the bus together
that was unexpected.
I was sure they already said goodbye
but then he offered to walk her to the bus stop.
@tiedyeina
As if to reinforce my postive suspiscions about NY, I was taken under the wing of @mikedirubbo, the first tweeter i featured on this project 6 months ago. I will never forget the experience. Thank you.
Alban Low
My heart
bleeds no more.
@_mikegreene
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