BUILDINGS AND BLOCKS at Top of the Rock
A brand-new interactive art experience, BUILDINGS AND BLOCKS is now on display at Top of the Rock, and will remain on view until March 13th. The installation, inspired by the skyline and shapes of New York City as viewed from Top of the Rock observation deck, will feature three 23-foot towers, and 37 black and white-striped pieces resembling children’s building blocks.
BUILDINGS AND BLOCKS showcases Kris Moran and Martin Duffy’s ability to transport us back to the moments of our childhood that have brought us the most joy. Top of the Rock’s Weather Room on the 67th floor has been adorned with playful towers of large-scale, black and white striped, toy building blocks that emulate the skyline seen through the 25-foot floor to ceiling windows surrounding the room. Visitors are invited to sit or interact with the freestanding blocks while taking in the breathtaking skyline views of Manhattan. The exhibit is free to all Top of the Rock ticket holders.
Venue: Rockefeller Center
Top of the Rock’s Weather Room at 30 Rockefeller Center on the 67th floor (entrance on 50th street between fifth and sixth avenues)
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