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Clarinda Mac Low/Carolyn Hall
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Clarinda Mac Low and Carolyn Hall

Sunk Shore 2019



Photo print

Edition no. 20

Fair market value: $100

The photo was taken by Emily Blumenfeld during a Sunk Shore tour. Sunk Shore is a collaborative project by Clarinda Mac Low and Carolyn Hall, speculative tours of the future of specific waterways. The collaborators create narratives based on a deep dive into climate change data and information about the shorelines they're touring, and then bring the participants along on a time traveling walk from the past to the future. In the photo, Hall is peering into the past off the north shore of Governors Island in NYC. The next Sunk Shore tour will take place along the Gowanus Canal as part of the Open Source Gallery's 2022 exhibition program.

Sunk Shore is a collaboration between Clarinda Mac Low, an artist, dancer, organizer, and microbiologist and Carolyn Hall, a dance, historical marine ecologist, and science communication specialist.

Mac Low is participating in Selects-@-CREATE, an exhibition curated by Daniel Aycock and Kathleen Vance. This exhibit is presented by Open Source Gallery in collaboration with CREATE. Selects-@-CREATE opens on November 20, 2021 and is on view in Catskill, NY through January 16, 2022