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"The collectivity project" for Kids

Date & Time

Every Tuesday and Thursday, June through September, 4:00 to 6:00 PM

Location

On the High Line at West 30th Street

Build, play, and dream about cities using LEGOs and your imagination. Led by a High Line Educator, these special programs just for families are part of Olafur Eliason's The collectivity project.

Ages 4+ | Children ages 4 – 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult

ABOUT OLAFUR ELIASSON'S THE COLLECTIVITY PROJECT
High Line Art presents Olafur Eliasson's The collectivity project, an installation of 2 million white LEGO® bricks that features an imaginary cityscape conceived and designed by the public. Visitors to the High Line are welcomed to play with the installation, building and rebuilding the structures over time. As the inevitable entropy of the piece begins to soften the hard edges of the designed structures, and mounds of loose pieces gather in the corners between buildings, a beautiful collective creation takes form. Installed in the growing shadow of the real estate development of Hudson Yards, the mutable, human-scale artwork provides a compelling counterpoint to the concrete-and-steel towers that form the project's backdrop.

RULES
– Ages 4 +
– Children ages 4 – 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult
– No strollers within the installation
– No food or drinks
– Do not remove LEGOs from the installation site
– For your safety, please do not climb or stand on the tables and benches

Photo by Timothy Schenck.

SUPPORT
The collectivity project, part of the group exhibition Panorama, is made possible, in part, by a generous donation of LEGO® bricks from the LEGO Group.

Panorama is supported, in part, by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.