How I Roll by Paola Pivi

Paola Pivi from Milan has presented How I Roll, an art installation for New York city’s Public art Fund. The artwork is an endlessly turning Piper Seneca plane held aloft by its wings.   Images credit: Public art Fund

The six-seat plane is airborne but flightless, rotating through 360 degrees while held aloft on its wing tips.



How I Roll by Paola Pivi

“The shift of context from airport runway to New York City plaza is equally dramatic. It creates the striking and surreal experience of a familiar object seen in an unexpected place doing a very unfamiliar thing. Like a child’s dream come to life, How I Roll is typical of the artist’s bold and playful imagination.”

How I Roll by Paola Pivi