If you are visiting NYC between now and April 13th, make it over to Madison Square Park where Brooklyn based Chilean artist, Ivan Navarro, has an outdoor installation titled, This Land is Your Land, which is from a 1940’s Woody Guthrie folk song. The towers are elevated at a height above the visitors heads allowing them to walk underneath and look up at each sculpture and view the content within. The three water towers have neon reflection repeated infinity. One tower features the word, Me and We. One says, Bed, and the third tower has a noon ladder.