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"A Logo for America," 1986Public intervention at Times Square, New York, USA.© Alfredo Jaar, courtesy Galerie Lelong, New York.


"The body has a language, and I’m interested that when people enter a space their body language changes. I’m interested in those shifts. Architecture and art have the capacity to produce physical changes but, of course, the metaphor also suggests the possibility of an intellectual change- a mental shift."- Alfredo Jaar

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"A Logo for America," 1986
Public intervention at Times Square, New York, USA.
© Alfredo Jaar, courtesy Galerie Lelong, New York.

"The body has a language, and I’m interested that when people enter a space their body language changes. I’m interested in those shifts. Architecture and art have the capacity to produce physical changes but, of course, the metaphor also suggests the possibility of an intellectual change- a mental shift."

- Alfredo Jaar

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