LIFE SIGNS, A public installation.
Union Square Park, NYC, Sept. 8th—Nov. 15th, 2003

Ten aluminum signs depicting silhouettes of people engaged in simple intimate human interactions were installed throughout the park. Unlike most signs that issue warnings or deny access, these signs empower people to reclaim the public space (post 9/11) and to notice the signs of life all around them.

Life Signs Installation
Stanford Kay Life Signs Installation Enamel on aluminum
Invisible protector. Transparent image
Life Signs
2003
Enamel on aluminum
34" x 34"

Stanford Kay Life Signs Installation Enamel on aluminum
Invisible protector. Transparent image
Tai Chi
2003
Enamel on aluminum
34" x 34"
Stanford Kay Life Signs Installation Enamel on aluminum
Invisible protector. Transparent image
Mother and Son
2003
Enamel on aluminum
34" x 34"
Stanford Kay Life Signs Installation Enamel on aluminum
Invisible protector. Transparent image
Zip
2003
Enamel on aluminum
34" x 34"
Stanford Kay Life Signs Installation Enamel on aluminum
Invisible protector. Transparent image
Mothers Meet
2003
Enamel on aluminum
34" x 34"
Stanford Kay Life Signs Installation Enamel on aluminum
Invisible protector. Transparent image
Kissing
2003
Enamel on aluminum
34" x 34"
Stanford Kay Life Signs Installation Enamel on aluminum
Invisible protector. Transparent image
Stop and Chat
2003
Enamel on aluminum
Stanford Kay Life Signs Installation Enamel on aluminum
Invisible protector. Transparent image
Sitting
2003
Enamel on aluminum
34" x 34"