A casual observer could easily mistake these images for some new Mark Jenkins’ urban interventions, because they usually feature human-like sculptures in unusual city spots. But no: these are real people.
The pictures show the performance art Bodies in Urban Spaces, that happened last Sunday (26) on different parts of lower Manhattan, New York. Following the choreography created by Willi Dorner, the performers contorted their bodies to fit in certain spaces and form human sculptures. See below for the pictures and a video of an older presentation, showing the idea put in practice.