Five protest plywood-repurposing public art installations are now on view across New York City

From the North Shore of Staten Island to the East River side of the Long Island City shoreline to the heart of Lower Manhattan’s Civic Center, five new public art installations that, just weeks ago, were nothing more than stacks of salvaged plywood boards, are now on view in parks and open spaces in each of New York City’s five boroughs.

Created as part of New York art nonprofit worthless studiosPlywood Protection Project, each unique sculptural installation gives renewed use to discarded plywood boards that were used to seal up Big Apple storefronts shuttered by the coronavirus and deployed to protect businesses during last summer’s historic protests decrying

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