1. What do people say about capitalism in Times Square? (daily 1 of 5)

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    On September 20 I installed a 20ft wide by 9ft scoreboard that says "Capitalism Works for Me!" in Times Square and passers by could vote true or false. We are releasing clips from each day the sign is in Times Square. A longer, more polished video will come later, but these are a few snippets collected the first day. The sign will be back in Times Square on October 6,7,8, and 9 as part of the Crossing the Line Festival and Times Square Arts. There is also a talk on October 2nd with economist Richard Wolff and psychotherapist Harriet Fraad at the AMC theater on 42nd Street. RSVP on eventbrite: http://stevelambert.eventbrite.com/ More info: http://visitsteve.com/made/capitalism-works-for-me-truefalse/ http://visitsteve.com/news/exhibitions/capitalism-in-times-square-and-nyc/ http://TimesSquareNYC.org/Arts http://fiaf.org/CrossingTheLine Video by Jason Jones and Monica Ellis from Not an Alternative Participants also had the chance to engage with our "strategic questioners" while waiting in line including; Maz Ali, Polly Cleveland, Daniel S Dunnam, Helen Englehart, Victoria Estok, Shelley Leopold, Megan McRobert, Steve Schnapp, and Amy Wagner.

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    • What do people say about capitalism in Times Square? (daily 2 of 5)

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      I installed a 20ft wide by 9ft scoreboard that says "Capitalism Works for Me!" in Times Square and passers by could vote true or false. We are releasing clips from each day the sign is in Times Square. A longer, more polished video will come later, but these are a few snippets collected on October 6th. More info: visitsteve.com/made/capitalism-works-for-me-truefalse/ visitsteve.com/news/exhibitions/capitalism-in-times-square-and-nyc/ TimesSquareNYC.org/Arts fiaf.org/CrossingTheLine Video by Jason Jones and Monica Ellis from Not an Alternative Participants also had the chance to engage with our "strategic questioners" while waiting in line including; Victoria Estok, Maz Ali, Tim Sullivan, Victoria Estok, Matt Katz, Ann Marie Lonsdale, Jordan Tynes, Zefrey Throwell, Ramsey Ess, Drake martinet, Sara Dierck, Jesse Suchmann, and Baly Cooley.

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      • What do people say about capitalism in Times Square? (daily 5 of 5)

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        I installed a 20ft wide by 9ft scoreboard that says "Capitalism Works for Me!" in Times Square and passers by could vote true or false. We are releasing clips from each day the sign is in Times Square. A longer, more polished video will come later, but these are a few snippets collected on October 8th. More info: visitsteve.com/made/capitalism-works-for-me-truefalse/ visitsteve.com/news/exhibitions/capitalism-in-times-square-and-nyc/ TimesSquareNYC.org/Arts fiaf.org/CrossingTheLine Video by Jason Jones and Monica Ellis from Not an Alternative

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          • Imagine Peace Times Square: Yoko Ono

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            Art Production Fund is pleased to present IMAGINE PEACE by Yoko Ono as part of the Times Square Alliance public art program on September 21, 2012, which marks the thirty-first annual International Day of Peace. As part of this global gathering of individuals in the name of peace each year, Ono’s IMAGINE PEACE message will be translated into 24 world languages and displayed hourly across American Eagle Times Square, MTV 44 ½ and Viacom North and South signs throughout Times Square. IMAGINE PEACE is Yoko Ono’s ongoing worldwide initiative of anti-violence that uses internet projects and presence, posters, thoughts, badges, and a multitude of other media to communicate its message of peace to the global community. Located in a highly trafficked location, this Times Square installation aims to spread awareness and encourage the community to take responsibility and promote worldwide peace. "It is an honor to be able to share Yoko Ono's vision of art and peace on such a significant platform as Times Square, which is also known as the Crossroads of the World," said APF Co-Founders Doreen Remen and Yvonne Force Villareal. “Art reaches beyond borders and we join Ono’s commitment to opening peoples’ hearts to act on the message of peace.” Past IMAGINE PEACE projects include the IMAGINE PEACE TOWER in Reykjavik, Iceland (2007) and IMAGINE PEACE for PAUSE at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas produced by Art Production Fund (2010). The impact of this campaign is tremendous and continues to grow. Over the past few years the artist has also collected over 1 million wishes, to be sent to the IMAGINE PEACE TOWER in Iceland. Yoko Ono has nearly 3 million Twitter followers, 2.5 million views on YouTube as well as hundreds of thousands of supporters through other social media outlets. This project is made possible by American Eagle, MTV and Viacom, with tremendous thanks for their donation of the Times Square signs. “Let us come together to realize a peaceful world” - Yoko Ono.

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            • Imagine Peace Times Square: Yoko Ono 3

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              Art Production Fund is pleased to present IMAGINE PEACE by Yoko Ono as part of the Times Square Alliance public art program on September 21, 2012, which marks the thirty-first annual International Day of Peace. As part of this global gathering of individuals in the name of peace each year, Ono’s IMAGINE PEACE message will be translated into 24 world languages and displayed hourly across American Eagle Times Square, MTV 44 ½ and Viacom North and South signs throughout Times Square. IMAGINE PEACE is Yoko Ono’s ongoing worldwide initiative of anti-violence that uses internet projects and presence, posters, thoughts, badges, and a multitude of other media to communicate its message of peace to the global community. Located in a highly trafficked location, this Times Square installation aims to spread awareness and encourage the community to take responsibility and promote worldwide peace. "It is an honor to be able to share Yoko Ono's vision of art and peace on such a significant platform as Times Square, which is also known as the Crossroads of the World," said APF Co-Founders Doreen Remen and Yvonne Force Villareal. “Art reaches beyond borders and we join Ono’s commitment to opening peoples’ hearts to act on the message of peace.” Past IMAGINE PEACE projects include the IMAGINE PEACE TOWER in Reykjavik, Iceland (2007) and IMAGINE PEACE for PAUSE at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas produced by Art Production Fund (2010). The impact of this campaign is tremendous and continues to grow. Over the past few years the artist has also collected over 1 million wishes, to be sent to the IMAGINE PEACE TOWER in Iceland. Yoko Ono has nearly 3 million Twitter followers, 2.5 million views on YouTube as well as hundreds of thousands of supporters through other social media outlets. This project is made possible by American Eagle, MTV and Viacom, with tremendous thanks for their donation of the Times Square signs. “Let us come together to realize a peaceful world” - Yoko Ono.

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              • What do people say about capitalism in Times Square? (daily 3 of 5)

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                I installed a 20ft wide by 9ft scoreboard that says "Capitalism Works for Me!" in Times Square and passers by could vote true or false. We are releasing clips from each day the sign is in Times Square. A longer, more polished video will come later, but these are a few snippets collected on October 7th. More info: visitsteve.com/made/capitalism-works-for-me-truefalse/ visitsteve.com/news/exhibitions/capitalism-in-times-square-and-nyc/ TimesSquareNYC.org/Arts fiaf.org/CrossingTheLine Video by Jason Jones and Monica Ellis from Not an Alternative Participants also had the chance to engage with our "strategic questioners" while waiting in line including; Maz Ali, Tim Sullivan, Ann Marie Lonsdale, Rev. Michael Ellick, Nabeela Vega, Kylin O'Brien.

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                • What do people say about capitalism in Times Square? (daily 4 of 5)

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                  I installed a 20ft wide by 9ft scoreboard that says "Capitalism Works for Me!" in Times Square and passers by could vote true or false. We are releasing clips from each day the sign is in Times Square. A longer, more polished video will come later, but these are a few snippets collected on October 8th. More info: visitsteve.com/made/capitalism-works-for-me-truefalse/ visitsteve.com/news/exhibitions/capitalism-in-times-square-and-nyc/ TimesSquareNYC.org/Arts fiaf.org/CrossingTheLine Video by Jason Jones and Monica Ellis from Not an Alternative

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                  • LIGHTBOX 7 x 10 TIMELAPSE

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                    We are all multi media artists. In our daily lives, we are constantly creating, sharing, and collaborating through technology. In this spirit, Artblog invited 7 creators from a range of fields to present at an evening of digital experimentation. Each creator presented a 10-minute multi media experience at Lightbox, an immersive digital art space at 339 West 38th Street. This time lapse, captured by Whirlwind Creative, compresses 220 minutes into 7 minutes and 30 seconds, capturing the movement and energy of the evening. ARTLOG Presents: 7x10 
Thursday August 7, from 6-9 pm Lightbox's Digital Art Space 
339 West 38th St (btw 8th and 9th ave) 
 Featuring works by: Alex Mustonen, Snarkitecture Sherry Dobbin, Public Art, Times Square 
 Manish Vora, Kate Haveles & Bianca Hirschowitz, ARTLOG 
 Justin Muñoz, Lightbox 
 Pari Ehsan and Jason Gringler 
 Neil Harbisson, Moon Ribas, John Fitzgerald, Matthew Niederhasuer, Cyborg Futures 
 David Lackey, Whirlwind Creative

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                    • Imagine Peace Times Square: Yoko Ono 2

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                      Art Production Fund is pleased to present IMAGINE PEACE by Yoko Ono as part of the Times Square Alliance public art program on September 21, 2012, which marks the thirty-first annual International Day of Peace. As part of this global gathering of individuals in the name of peace each year, Ono’s IMAGINE PEACE message will be translated into 24 world languages and displayed hourly across American Eagle Times Square, MTV 44 ½ and Viacom North and South signs throughout Times Square. IMAGINE PEACE is Yoko Ono’s ongoing worldwide initiative of anti-violence that uses internet projects and presence, posters, thoughts, badges, and a multitude of other media to communicate its message of peace to the global community. Located in a highly trafficked location, this Times Square installation aims to spread awareness and encourage the community to take responsibility and promote worldwide peace. "It is an honor to be able to share Yoko Ono's vision of art and peace on such a significant platform as Times Square, which is also known as the Crossroads of the World," said APF Co-Founders Doreen Remen and Yvonne Force Villareal. “Art reaches beyond borders and we join Ono’s commitment to opening peoples’ hearts to act on the message of peace.” Past IMAGINE PEACE projects include the IMAGINE PEACE TOWER in Reykjavik, Iceland (2007) and IMAGINE PEACE for PAUSE at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas produced by Art Production Fund (2010). The impact of this campaign is tremendous and continues to grow. Over the past few years the artist has also collected over 1 million wishes, to be sent to the IMAGINE PEACE TOWER in Iceland. Yoko Ono has nearly 3 million Twitter followers, 2.5 million views on YouTube as well as hundreds of thousands of supporters through other social media outlets. This project is made possible by American Eagle, MTV and Viacom, with tremendous thanks for their donation of the Times Square signs. “Let us come together to realize a peaceful world” - Yoko Ono.

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