Site-Lines was a series of temporary site-specific installations, constructed over three years, to draw attention to the existing conditions along the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia.
Each installation featured a series of cords in tension, articulated to act as temporal catalysts for observation, investigation, conversation, and realization at a single location.
“I actually hope you start to look at other things quickly…and my work becomes invisible. We just take a lot of things for granted and there are so many places, which are critical to how a city works… and the public doesn’t have access to them.”
Site-Lines was created in collaboration with AiO Philadelphia, Center for Emerging Visual Artists, Fairmount Water Works, and Philadelphia Parks and Recreation— Summer 2014, 2016, and 2018
For more information see project press in Philly Metro.