7. Dee Briggs in Foley Square
As part of the New York City Parks Art in the Parks Program, artist Dee Briggs has installed three monumental works entitled Chirality. Located in Thomas Paine Park, part of the Foley Square Civic Center area, Briggs explores the possibilities and limitations of weathered steel. The sculptures range from seven to ten feet high, with the largest piece extending to thirty-six feet long. Chirality is “defined as a three-dimensional object that has no internal plane of symmetry along the x,y or z-axis, and therefore is different from its reflection. The installation will be on view through March 31, 2017.