Nothing says nostalgia quite like a seesaw. The Garment District Alliance unveiled its latest public art installation along Broadway between 37th and 38th Streets. Titled “Impulse,” it’s a collection of 12 oversized seesaws that light up at night and become an “urban instrument” when they emit various sounds as New Yorkers play on them.
According to a press release, “When activated, the seesaws – which range from 16 to 24 feet and are augmented by LED lights and speakers – increase in light intensity and emit a randomized sound sequence. The ever-changing composition creates a dynamic light and sound wave, animating and brightening the Garment District’s Broadway pedestrian plazas.”
Don’t miss your chance to enjoy Impulse, on view through January 31st, and then continue to relive classic childhood traditions with Skylark’s elevated bites like the Pigs ‘n’ Blanket and Milk & Chocolate Chip Cookies.