5. Marilyn Minter Posts a 280-Foot Message at Westfield World Trade Center
Westfield World Trade Center and The Art Production Fund have unveiled a digital art installation by artist Marilyn Minter entitled, I’m Not Much But I’m All I Think About. The installation’s message of “me” is delivered to us by an artist who is best known for her artistic expression of thoughts in the world of feminism and politics, as told in her interview with The Standard.
The Westfield underground concourse at the Oculus has been using its 19 screens, including a screen that is four-stories-tall, and another that is 280-feet long, for digital advertising. The screens will now be used for similar artistic installations.
I’m Not Much But I’ All I Think About by Marilyn Minter will be on view until February 8th, as the first of what will be a continuing video art program organized between Westfield and The Art Production Fund. Each installation will be on view from 4-6 weeks. Next up: Alex Prager and Rashaad Newsome.
As we continue to follow Marilynn Minter, we look forward to what looks to be her next project: Dear Ivanka, with Halt Action Group. A New York-based artist, Marilyn Minter currently teaches in the MFA department at School of Visual Arts.