STREET LIFE | JUDITH SUPINE’S SEWER SCULPTURE IN NYC
Never content to limit his artistic output to traditional city walls, NYC-based artist Judith Supine has taken to the sewer system of Queens, where his latest Bowie-esque illuminated sculpture now dangles from an iPhone charger in one of the city’s labyrinthine drainage tunnels, creating what just might be the strangest piece of street art of the year.
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