Inside and Outside
A collaborative architectural projection by Tiffany Carbonneau and Susanna Crum
B. Kind Festival, 1619 Flux Center for Art and Activism, Louisville, Kentucky, 2016
From rivers to interstates, the ways we navigate cities support environmental, social, and economic growth. Highway exits, shipping ports, and boulevards provide the circulatory system for a city’s resources. Which areas are served, and which are excluded, has long-lasting consequences on the vitality of communities. Inside and Outside presents a narrative in which past and present policies, and the maps and ephemera that represent them, overlap and intersect, proposing that we, as fellow Louisvillians, have more conversations about how urban planning, housing legislation, and infrastructure projects can best serve and benefit the many diverse communities that make our city the best it can be.
This project was supported by B. Kind Festival.