Street artist Judith Supine illegally installed a new artwork on top the Queensboro Bridge, as captured in the video above, featuring dramatic climbing footage and dreamy shots of the twinkling city skyline. It is, of course, not at all enticing to would-be urban explorers, because that would be bad, m’kay?
As “CBS 2′s Jessica Schneider reported Sunday,” the video was uploaded on Saturday, the night of Judith Supine’s Mecka Gallery solo show opening.
“It’s just something I like to do for fun. To be naughty and run around the city and put my art in places I’m not supposed to,” the artist told CBS. Supine previously put up a piece called Dreamers on top the Williamsburg Bridge in 2009. Last week, the unmasked artist told ANIMAL about getting stuck in the middle of the East River and being bashed mercilessly by the current while trying to install a floating sculpture of his dad “as a sexy swimsuit model.”
The police aren’t too pleased with recent high-profile cases of “trespassing.” Meanwhile, two CNN journalists following up on the 1 World Trade Center base jumpers’ story were recently arrested “after trying to get into the site through a gate and by climbing a fence”/being n00bs.