If you're heading to the beach, check out MoMA PS1's new site-specific installation, which just debuted at Fort Tilden. Titled "Rockaway!" German artist Katharina Grosse has transformed an aquatics building damaged by Hurricane Sandy—and slated for demolition later this year—into a large-scale canvas, with colors mimicking a sunset over the beach.

Photographer Tod Seelie was on hand to capture the work, which will be on view at the Gateway National Recreation Area at Fort Tilden starting tomorrow through November 30th. MoMA says Grosse used a special spray painting technique to extend beyond the canvas (in this case, the canvas is the structure itself), achieving a unique look:

Grosse’s work seamlessly combines the subtle nuances of light and shadow, characteristic of traditional landscape painting, with the weight and spectacle of large scale sculpture. In this exhibition, Grosse’s singular approach highlights the possibilities of painting as a medium, and encapsulates the stark beauty of the natural and manmade structures in which this installation is contextualized.

The decaying building is surrounded by other Sandy-damaged structures, the majority of which will also be demolished by the end of the year.