Michael Kirchmann of GDSNY worked with Nils Folke Anderson to produce a dynamic art installation on the Highline Park in New York City that features five reciprocally linked sculptures, works in which minimal square frame elements are linked together and arranged to make intricate and harmonious 3-dimensional environments.
GDSNY worked with the artist team to produce “After Before and After”, an installation at modern art auction house Phillips de Pury. The term reciprocal linkage describes the principle of interdependency embodied in the works. Each of the sculptures is exactly alike in size, material and construction; however the works are infinitely adaptable and are configured into unique works. The recent opening of the High Line has created a fresh and dynamic social space, in which the neighboring buildings and cityscape are seen anew. Once visible only from indoors, the galleries of Phillips de Pury & Company, which for years have presented the highest level of Contemporary Art, now welcome the gaze of thousands of passersby. In collaboration with Nils Folke Anderson, Watkins Worldwide, Stuart Dalton Philips, and BakerIE.