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.
“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.”