GOODBYE, HOME (Stories of Change) // Drawing Lines 2015

Email this to someonePin on PinterestShare on RedditShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on TumblrShare on Facebook

 

 

Drawing Lines is funded by Artplace America, supported by the City of Austin, and spans from 2015 – 2016.

 

Expanding on her exploration of the intersections of race, economics, and geography in La Loma (Or the Place Sometimes Called Hungry Hill), filmmaker & documentarian Deborah S. Esquenazi produces three experimental vignettes from District Two to examine who in Austin is most impacted by our changing landscape in GOODBYE, HOME.

 

ABOUT DRAWING LINES: An artist-driven, community-based public project, Drawing Lines was commissioned in response to Austin’s historic political transformation. At its core, Drawing Lines is an exploratory conversation about the dynamics of place. It’s a project about process that examines the role of contemporary culture in the transition and transformation of place. The project explores how art itself, as a process, can be part of the conversation about Austin’s newly restructured political system and embeds artists within the foundation of a rapidly changing, ever-evolving city.

 

To learn more about Esquenazi’s participation, visit: http://www.drawinglinesaustin.com/d-two/
APL_SUPPORT_LOGO_GRAY

 

 

static1.squarespace