Digital Art

Anne Spalter's digital artwork showing a kaleidoscopic abstraction of the New York City skyline on a large LED screen as four people pass in front of the screen into Fulton Center.
"New York Dreaming" by Anne Spalter at Fulton Center. Photo: Anne Spalter

About

Digital art viewed from a multitude of display screens creates an immersive experience that engages transit customers with an impactful visual moment. MTA’s digital media network offers new opportunities to present art in digital form and introduce new media artists to public space and the MTA ridership.

In November 2014, Arts & Design launched the Digital Art program in the digitally integrated Fulton Center Complex, which connects to 11 subway lines and the World Trade Center PATH station. The digital display network in Fulton Center has 52 screens on various levels, illuminating and transforming the Center into a welcoming contemporary environment. These range from 55-inch LCD screens that line the passageway on the mezzanine concourse level, to the massive LED walls measuring 31.5 feet by 18.9 feet at street level.

Presented by MTA Arts & Design with technical support from Westfield Properties and ANC Sports, the 52-channel digital artwork can be seen for two minutes at the top of each hour simultaneously in the Fulton Center complex. Digital artwork can also be seen throughout the MTA system.

Current exhibition • "EVEN WHILE THE DUST MOVES" by Simona Prives

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On view, October through winter 2021