19. New York Dreaming at Fulton Center Shows NYC in Kaleidoscope

A new large scale video installation from MTA Arts & Design has been unveiled at Fulton Center, showing New York City’s architecture akin to a kaleidoscope. The work, New York Dreaming, by media artist Anne Spalter, is described as a “meditation on the city and the constant self-realization of its physical and psychic existence.” With a strong focus on architecture, Spalter takes the New York City skyline and uses a custom software to turn these images into something psychedelic.

The film plays on loop but only for two minutes at the beginning of each hour. You can find it on the large-screen inside the Fulton Center Oculus and in the Dey Street pedestrian tunnel until the beginning of 2017.