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Flushing Avenue

Robin Holder

Migration, 2006

Laminated glass in mezzanine windows and platform windscreens

This extensive artwork contains 34 panels of laminated glass, that focus on the artist's exploration, in her words, of "spatial relationships, color, and movement as well as issues of humanity, culture, and identity." The imagery is abstract, with precision in the quality of line and forms, which was a particular challenge since the medium is glass. Robin Holder says images "incorporate symbols from various cultures that relate to the theme of: interaction, movement, and society in motion. I hope that this work promotes a sense of celebration and reflects the vivacity, energy and liveliness of my fellow New Yorkers who use the Flushing Avenue Station."

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