A Floating Photographic Lab by Claudius Schulze and Maciej Markowicz | Colossal

Last year collaborative artists Claudius Schulze and Maciej Markowicz launched the aptly named project [2BOATS] — a duo of water-bound vessels that the pair steered from Hamburg to Amsterdam’s Unseen Photo Fair and Paris Photo over the course of several months. Both boats serve as traveling studios Source: A Floating Photographic Lab by Claudius Schulze and […]

In The Water | Red Hook WaterStories

This site covers 400+ years of Red Hook history – NYC’s maritime story in microcosm – and reveals many forgotten stories from this evocative neighborhood. The site includes: a digital museum about our waterfront past and present Red Hook retail, arts, non-profits, schools, recreation resiliency and flood prep info It’s a resource for locals, tourists, […]

Citizen Bridge – Nancy Nowacek

“Citizen Bridge is a temporary floating pedestrian bridge for passage between Brooklyn and Governors Island. Inspired by Walt Whitman’s report of farmers once walking their cows across Buttermilk Channel at low tide, the project aims to reconnect New Yorkers to their waterways, reclaim the waterfront step by step, helping New Yorkers gain agency over their bodies in […]

Marie Lorenz, Tide and Current Taxi | Clocktower

Artist and waterways art veteran Marie Lorenz talks with hosts Nancy Nowacek and Jake Nussbaum from an undisclosed patio on a corner of Newtown Creek about getting lost, getting swamped, and what the Tide and Current Taxi—her 10 year project—means to her.CB Radio was inspired by the research, design, and development of Citizen Bridge, a […]

Q&A with Willis Elkins of the Newtown Creek Alliance

The Newtown Creek Alliance (NCA) is dedicated to the restoration of life to Newtown Creek, the polluted waterway that forms the border between Brooklyn and Queens. In the 1800s, the shores of this 3.8-mile-long waterway were crowded with oil refineries, chemical plants, fertilizer and glue factories, sawmills, lumber and coal yards, sugar refineries, hide-tanning plants, […]

Satellietgroep – Nu/Now

  “Artists collective Satellietgroep (The Hague, 2006) explores through arts the social and ecological impact of the sea and coastal transitions on cities, people, communities and environments in The Netherlands and abroad. Our aim is to enhance public and professional awareness on coastal transitions. Satellietgroep hosts artists in residents for artistic fieldwork, connect with locals […]