Fulton Flow

On view the first two minutes of the hour, every hour, on 52 screens throughout Fulton Center

Fulton Flow is a stop-motion animation in the Fulton Center by Brooklyn-based artist and former LMCC artist-in-residence Ezra Wube. Dynamic, vivacious and colorful videos throughout the station trace the original path of the IRT Lexington line extension from Brooklyn Bridge–City Hall to the Wall Street station.

Fulton Flow presented by MTA Arts & Design with technical support from Westfield Properties and ANC Sports.

About Ezra Wube

Ezra Wube is a mixed media artist born in Ethiopia and based in Brooklyn, NY. His work references the notions of past and present, the constant changing of place, and the dialogical tensions between “here” and “there.” His work has been shown at the Gwangju Biennial, Gwangju, South Korea; Museum of the Moving Image, Queens, NY; the 13th Biennial de Lyon, Lyon, France; Dak’Art 2014 Biennale, Dakar, Senegal; the 18th International Festival of Contemporary Art SESC_Videobrasil, São Paulo, Brazil; and as part of the Times Square Arts Midnight Moment, New York, NY. His residencies and awards include LMCC Workspace Residency Program, the Drawing Center, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, and the Triangle Arts Association Residency, all in New York. Wube received his BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and an MFA from Hunter College.