Tracey Emin and her neon soul-bearing confessions are taking over Time’s Square for the month of February in a series of video art installations by digital art purveyors s[edition]. Taking place shorty before midnight, the project for the public art initiative entitled Midnight Moment hopes to make art more accessible.'I like the idea of original pieces of art going directly to people for a low price because when you're an artist and you get to a certain level it means you've sort of forced yourself out of the market for a lot of people. S[edition] makes pure art available. And also it's a new medium, which I think's exciting.' Tracey Emin and her neon soul-bearing confessions are taking over Time’s Square for the month of February in a series of video art installations by digital art purveyors s[edition]. Taking place shorty before midnight, the project for the public art initiative entitled Midnight Moment hopes to make art more accessible.'I like the idea of original pieces of art going directly to people for a low price because when you're an artist and you get to a certain level it means you've sort of forced yourself out of the market for a lot of people. S[edition] makes pure art available. And also it's a new medium, which I think's exciting.' Tracey Emin and her neon soul-bearing confessions are taking over Time’s Square for the month of February in a series of video art installations by digital art purveyors s[edition]. Taking place shorty before midnight, the project for the public art initiative entitled Midnight Moment hopes to make art more accessible.'I like the idea of original pieces of art going directly to people for a low price because when you're an artist and you get to a certain level it means you've sort of forced yourself out of the market for a lot of people. S[edition] makes pure art available. And also it's a new medium, which I think's exciting.' Tracey Emin and her neon soul-bearing confessions are taking over Time’s Square for the month of February in a series of video art installations by digital art purveyors s[edition]. Taking place shorty before midnight, the project for the public art initiative entitled Midnight Moment hopes to make art more accessible.'I like the idea of original pieces of art going directly to people for a low price because when you're an artist and you get to a certain level it means you've sort of forced yourself out of the market for a lot of people. S[edition] makes pure art available. And also it's a new medium, which I think's exciting.'

Tracey Emin and her neon soul-bearing confessions are taking over Time’s Square for the month of February in a series of video art installations by digital art purveyors s[edition]. Taking place shorty before midnight, the project for the public art initiative entitled Midnight Moment hopes to make art more accessible.
'I like the idea of original pieces of art going directly to people for a low price because when you're an artist and you get to a certain level it means you've sort of forced yourself out of the market for a lot of people. S[edition] makes pure art available. And also it's a new medium, which I think's exciting.'