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Ann Hirsch and Jeremy Angier | A+J Art+Design
SOS (Safety Orange Swimmer), 2016

Cast polyurethane foam, buoy paint
48” × 32” x 20”

$3,300 (Artists' share of proceeds to be donated to Refuge Point)

“SOS (Safety Orange Swimmers) was installed in Fort Point Channel in Boston Harbor during the fall of 2016. The installation instantly engaged the public with 22 bright orange figures floating in a kinetic, dynamically changing group. Animated by wind and currents into mesmerizing formations, the attention grabbing display caused passers-by to stop, look and consider: Each foam figure represents nearly one million of the estimated 21.3 million refugees worldwide who face peril seeking safety and freedom.”

Items 50 and 51

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Ann Hirsch and Jeremy Angier | A+J Art+Design  
SOS (Safety Orange Swimmers), Fort Point Channel,  
Boston, 2016

digital print
11” × 17”

$300 (Artists' share of proceeds to be donated to Refuge Point)

SOS (Safety Orange Swimmers) was installed in Fort Point Channel in Boston Harbor during the fall of 2016. The installation instantly engaged the public with 22 bright orange figures floating in a kinetic, dynamically changing group. Animated by wind and currents into mesmerizing formations, the attention grabbing display caused passers-by to stop, look and consider: Each foam figure represents nearly one million of the estimated 21.3 million refugees worldwide who face peril seeking safety and freedom.”