20.03.13 by Jeff

Nick Cave / 30 Horses in Grand Central

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Next week artist Nick Cave will orchestrate the takeover of Grand Central Terminal by 30 multicoloured life-size horses.

The horses (brought to life by 60 dancers) will graze and then perform choreographed movements to harp music. This sounds incredible! If any of you go see it please report back here about your experience! Watch the video below!

Presented by Creative Time and MTA Arts for Transit

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Elle

    I want to see!

  • insudeup

    I wish I could fly from Portland, Oregon to witness this performance!

  • This is not the same musician Nick Cave that I know is it?

    • KMA

      two different guys…actually saw a picture of the two of them together recently.

  • jussray

    I love the horse. Awesome.





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