(AP) You could mistake it for a typical New York City phone booth. But instead of an image of a phone, the side panels depict folded hands _ and the word "prayer" instead of "telephone." Oh, and there's a flip-down kneeler.
The 29-year-old said he wanted to spark dialogue about prayer.
The public installation is sponsored by the city's Arts in the Park program.
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