JR’s Inside Out Project is an ongoing global participatory art project, which the artist started after he was awarded the 2011 TED Prize. The project invites everyone to promote a common statement by the use of black and white photographic portraits, which are made into posters and then are exhibited. One of the participants of the Inside Out Project is a Native American Lakota tribe around their group leader DJ Two Bears. JR brought their story to Manhattan. This video shows the installation of a large poster on a wall near the High Line Park in New York at 30th Street.
JR: Inside Out Project, High Line Park, 30th Street, New York, May 15, 2012.
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