Basquiat In Beacon Hill: is inspired by Jean Micheal Basquiat, a black street artist from New York and his chaotic style of painting. This playground would use his art work to inspire different fun peaces of the playground.
This installation would help bring awareness to the Black Heritage Trail as it would be located at the Charles Street Meeting house and use the architecture of the building to advance the experience. The playground would be inspired by two Jean Micheal Basquiat's peaces the first would be "Crown" and the second would be "Bird on Money". These pieces use different vibrant colors and each stroke a meaning to it. This would be manly targeted at children as they are the future of the country. The children would benefit by interacting with the art and connect with the museum to understand the struggles and history of Black Americans in this country.