Discover the interview with artist Sarah Sze who has created her most public and challenging design to date, an immersive work of art for the Second Avenue subway in New York City.


At 96th St station, the end of the line, until now, we will be able to walk around this station and enjoy the artwork of the renowned artist from Boston, Massachusetts, Sarah Sze.

This installation made with Alcalagres porcelain stoneware is called 'Blueprint for a Landscape' and extends throughout the metro station like a wave of blue, the entire surface shows elements that seem moved by the wind, being faithful to the particular style of the American artist, from birds to papers and trees. This dynamic mural seems to flow at the same pace as the thousands of travelers, tourists and New Yorkers who walk through the corridors of this station every day.