Suchi Reddy’s ‘The Connective Project’ has taken over Brooklyn’s Prospect Park with more than 7,000 pinwheel flowers. The installation sees over two and a half acres of the park’s less well-trodden rolling lawns transformed into an immersive display of bright, sweeping yellow blooms.

The Connective Project is a sweeping kinetic composition of thousands of paper pinwheels ceaselessly spinning with the wind. The flowers are made from biodegradable ‘stone dust’ paper that have each been designed a host of New Yorkers – a mix of artists, notable Brooklynites, and locals. The installation has been presented by the Prospect Park Alliance on the anniversary of the park’s 150th year, in order to re-invigorate it with a renewed sense of color and whimsy.