Rhythm of the piece’

Artist Daniel Anguilu describes his thought process as he paints the new mural for the pedes­trian bridge and retaining wall of the MBTA tracks across from the Curry Stu­dent Center. He was com­mis­sioned to paint the mural as part of an exciting new public art ini­tia­tive on the North­eastern campus that will fea­ture the work of stu­dents, fac­ulty, and other exciting artists from around the world.

Video by Craig LaPlante

6 comments

  1. It’s truly beau­tiful and makes me happy to be on campus, every time I walk by. It’s just one more great view the campus cap­tures. Thank you!

  2. Thank you very much for posting this back­ground piece by Daniel as it helps me better under­stand his artistry. It would be great to have some kind of a nar­ra­tive that vis­i­tors can press and hear as they walk by the mural!

  3. The mural is absolutely beau­tiful! It was incred­ible watching it change throughout the week as they con­tinued to make the piece grow. Daniel talks about move­ment — the art­work def­i­nitely requires the observer to move in order to explore what s/​he is exam­ining. I am intrigued every day when I walked over the bridge to CP; thank you NEU for making our campus an open canvas.

  4. This mural is intriguing, mys­te­rious, playful and inviting all at the same time! I love the vibrant colors and dynamic shapes. Thank you North­eastern for bringing Daniel Anguilu’s talent to our campus for everyone to enjoy on a daily basis.

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