A site-specific video installation called "Ground Reclaimed" by Nathan Kensinger and Nate Dorr was projected onto Hunter's Point South Park.
A video installation projected onto the new Wegman's at the Brooklyn Navy Yard was created as a memorial to Admiral's Row, which was demolished in 2016 to make way for the grocery store. The art installation served as a reminder of what was lost and as a counter-narrative to the hype surrounding the supermarket's grand opening.
The film "Managed Retreat" follows a year in the deconstruction of three Staten Island neighborhoods ravaged after Hurricane Sandy and their gradual return to nature.
February in NYC is filled with art and celebration from the 40th Anniversary of the Public Art Fund, to Lunar New Year & Valentine's Day Heart in Times Square.
The photo series Industrial Twilight in the Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center subway station by Nathan Kensinger depicts Brooklyn's changing industrial landscape.
A partnership with the Queens Museum presents "Chance Ecologies: Flushing River," an exhibit of an in-depth exploration of the Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
"Reclaimed Ground," about Hunters Point South, will be one of several short films screened at the Spring Exhibitions Opening at the Queens Museum in NYC.
With Chance Ecologies, we explored Hunters Point South still abandoned waterfront, a last holdout before encroaching development overtakes Long Island City NYC.