Horizon Line

This public intervention combines performance and installation to investigate social geographic boundaries both physical and perceived, as well as the liminal space in between. Officially deemed unconstitutional, redlining was a pernicious policy that has had lasting implications on current discriminatory trends in urban neighborhood developments. Using the history of redlining in New York City as a point of departure, Horizon Line acts as a visual illustration of the policy’s physical presence while creating spaces for passersby to connect and contribute their experiences to a social biography of the city’s shifting landscape.


October 6 – 9

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Across 14th Street, during Critical Mass. Drawing on 14th Street between Sixth and Ninth Avenues (West Village) and 14th Street at the Third Avenue intersection (East Village)