Guzmán’s Loquacious is proposed as a 13’x4’ roughly pentagonal mirrored structure along the shoreline of Randall’s Island Park. He envisions the work as a sculptural performative object that acts as a site for art. It will provide a place for reflection, meditation and wonderment for everyone in the community who observes the art. His aim is to invite the community to contribute our inherent shared histories through communication. For Guzmán, art is communication, and his work aims to serve as a reference point for a conversation for whomever is in front of Loquacious.