The 2019 River To River Festival program focuses on themes of slowing down, reflecting, and imagining. Please join LMCC in kicking off the festival with:
The Reflection Project with Yoko Ono
Starting June 18 | Throughout Lower Manhattan
The Reflection Project with Yoko Ono seeks to counter the relentless pace of the everyday by inviting the passerby to engage with a realm of expanded consciousness and personal reflection through Yoko Ono’s instructive text works.
Each piece is a prompt. Through The Reflection Project, Ono speaks directly to New Yorkers to rally the collective consciousness towards heightened awareness, hope and action. By activating mundane spaces and transforming them into vehicles of mindful communication, The Reflection Project seeks to perform urban acupuncture, stimulating the city’s vast nerve network, and opening channels of communication and action grounded in thought rather than impulse.
Support for The Reflection Project is provided through generous space donations by the following partners and locations:
Fosun: Fosun Plaza @ 28 Liberty
DTH Capital and Rose Associates: 70 Pine Street
One Hundred Barclay Tribeca: One Hundred Barclay Street
AHRC NYC: 83 Maiden Lane
Black Horse Capital: 105A Nassau Street
The Frederick Hotel: 125 Chambers Street
The Heller Organization: 60 Fulton Street
The Howard Hughes Corporation: 193 Front Street + 203 Front Street
JC Decaux: Bus Shelters
The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey: The Oculus at Westfield World Trade Center + 2WTC
Silverstein Properties: 120 Broadway + 120 Wall Street
Time Equities: 125 Maiden Lane
Westfield: The Oculus at Westfield World Trade Center + Fulton Center
Vanbarton Group: 160 Water Street
Major support of The Reflection Project provided by Alliance for Downtown New York.
Sites identified in partnership with Rudder Property Group. Special thanks to Michael Rudder.