HighWaterLine was a public artwork on the New York city waterfront that created an immediate visual and local understanding of the affects of climate change.
In 2012/13 the project moved to Miami and, from January 2014, the project will begin to engage London communities and the chalking of the line should begin in April, with the art piece revealed in June 2014. The London project’s partner in the UK is Invisible Dust and the work is supported by the Arts Council England and LUSH.
If you see the HighWaterLine team out and about in London in 2014, stop and chat.
A video explaining the New York project is available here.
Get the New Yorker’s take on the New York project here.
- Eve Mosher, New York 2007