5. Reverberation at Brooklyn Bridge Park

Interactive sculpture installation at Brooklyn Bridge Park, ReverberationConcept rendering of detail from Davina Semo: Reverberation, to be on view at Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 1, Aug 13 – April 18, 2020. Courtesy of Public Art Fund, NY.

A new piece by sculptor Davina Semo will be on display along the waterfront in Brooklyn Bridge Park starting on August 13th. The large-scale installation, named Reverberation, is made up of interactive bells and is meant to evoke public modes of communication that harken back to New York City’s maritime history. Located adjacent to the Brooklyn Bridge, the piece explores our relationship to industrial material and the built environment. And yes, park visitors can ring the bells!

The installation is supported by the Public Art Fund and was curated by Daniel S. Palmer. The Public Art Fund uses contributions from individuals, corporations, and private foundations to support works of art throughout the five boroughs, including the artwork at LaGuardia Airport’s new Terminal B.