Translucent Rebirth

Artists:  (From left to right) Alejandro Salgado Cendales, Anthony Youngblood, Jocy Meneses, Amy Cheng and  Chris Smith.

Translucent Rebirth is a collective art project which aims to generate a sense of belonging and ownership among Queens College community. The university, founded in 1937, has a rich collection of public art displayed in common spaces, having works of remarkable artists like Vito Acconci, Donna Dennis, and John Crawford. Unfortunately, the conditions of these works have been deteriorating by the natural agency and the lack of maintenance.
As a reaction, a group of graduate students create a digital archive of the works and design a “ghost” sculpture based on “Utica Overland” (or “The Pipes”), Frank Smullin (1980), a dismantled sculpture in 2016.


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  1. Poster
    Poster
  2. Construction 1
    Construction 1
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    Construction 2
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    Construction 3
  5. Construction
    Construction
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    Construction 5
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    Construction 6
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    Construction 7
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    Construction 8
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    Construction 9
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    Construction 10
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    Construction 11
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    Construction 12
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    Construction 13
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    Construction 14
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    Construction 15
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    Construction 16
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    Construction 17
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    Construction 18
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    Construction 19
  21. Team
    Team
  22. Construction 20
    Construction 20
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    Construction 21
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    Construction 22
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    Construction 23
  26. Translucent Rebirth 1
    Translucent Rebirth 1
  27. Ghost Sculpture
    Ghost Sculpture
  28. Queen College Public Art Map Past/Present
    Queen College Public Art Map Past/Present
  29. Mockup
    Mockup
  30. QC Public Art Past
    QC Public Art Past
  31. QC Public Art Present
    QC Public Art Present