Rye Town Park
Window II by Natsuki Takauji
Next time you stroll through Rye Town Park you’ll find a new addition to the landscape. Window II is an interactive sculpture created by New York-based Japanese artist Natsuki Takauji. This new work of art is a functioning swing surrounded by colorful windows. Made of stainless steel, steel, paint, fabric, and acrylic, Window II stands ten feet tall and overlooks the Long Island Sound. You won’t find the typical “do not touch” sign near this sculpture. Instead, visitors are encouraged to climb aboard and enjoy the swing.
All are invited to learn more about Ms. Takauji and her work at an artist talk on Friday, July 26, at 5:30 PM. The talk will take place at the sculpture.
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Park in the Rye Town Park lot (95 Dearborn Avenue)
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Directly following the artist talk will be a performance by LawnChair Theatre beginning at 6:30 pm. Enjoy this unique summer experience, where a group of Shakespeare-loving artists get together to create a little magic. Click here to learn more and see all upcoming performances.