* Exhibit up October 30th – November 28th, 2010; viewable 24/7 from the street side.

* Public Opening and Artist Reception: October 30th, 6:30 – 7:30pm; Afterparty til 9:30 at a place close by.

Where: 20 West 53rd St.  The old Donnell Library, across from the Museum of Modern Art.

chashama, a solid champion of the arts in NYC, selected Garrison and Alison Buxton’s Unified Love Movement installation proposal for their Windows at the Donnell Library program.

Unified Love Movement {ULM} is a piece about unity, positivity, acceptance, tolerance, the pursuit of things greater than the self and, yes, love.  For this installation, the Buxtons collaborated with two of NYC’s artistic finest: Leo Villareal {brilliant blinkity-blink-blink LED maverick} and Scott Draves {creator of the mesmerizing collaborative digital abstract artwork “Electric Sheep”}.

We sincerely hope you enjoy this one.  It is our favorite baby yet.

We will be releasing more details of the NYC installation very soon.

For background and information on the piece’s conceptual origins and its first incarnation in October 2009, you can read about it here:

We would like to thank MMT for their generous support of this project, they are fabulous.