Analogia, an epic new public outdoor art installation by native New Yorker Ben Tritt, making its worldwide debut at Bryant Park.
A massive 60-foot edifice comprised of an overlapping tower and pyramid create a temporary gateway to NY’s historical park. The imagery, inspired by sculptures from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, captures the inherent tension and similarity of world cultures in a Babel-like structure that juxtaposes Western and non-Western traditions.
The largest free-standing structure of its kind, Analogia is an overlapping of painting, architecture, and sculpture. Featuring contemporary materials that also reflect the great age of fresco, Ben Tritt’s transdisciplinary work is a mixture of classicism and the more recent experiments in transversalité.
Additional transdisciplinary performance components, soundscape designs, lighting design, and film projections curated by producer Jodi Kaplan.
Pre-sale painting commissions of the 14 featured images on Analogia available.
Prints created in conjunction with project at David Krut Workshops in Johannesburg available.