Daughter of music great Lauryn Hill debuts first art installation

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A new art installation is providing the feeling of a tropical getaway without having to leave Brooklyn.

The first-ever art installation by 20-year-old Selah Marley, the daughter of music legend Lauryn Hill, is determined to achieve what she says is lacking in the art world.

"I think a lot of times art can be very ... I don't want to say static but it can be very distant," says Marley.

The free exhibit in City Point is meant to make people who experience it forget where they are, and turn the concrete jungle into an actual jungle.

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