Danielle Durchslag and Ryan Frank are New York artists and creators of the towering “Wandering Sukkah” for the city’s inhabitants. The art installation features stacked #Dibond
aluminum composite trapezoids that are vinyl-painted in various colors. The sky blue, peach, pastel yellow, candy and red brick geometry was modeled after New York City skyscrapers, according to the artists.
The drivable booth was designed to celebrate the Jewish festival of Sukkot, although traditionally these temporary shelters are built near homes or synagogues and used for meals as the holiday is observed in fall, five days after Yom Kippur. Yet the intention of the artists is not religious; in fact, their design was meant for anyone who seeks reflective refuge in the busy metropolis.
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