Horizon Line is an ongoing installation, performance piece, and research project that investigates strategic boundaries to economic mobility, using the history of redlining in New York City as a point of departure with specific focus on migrants and members of the African Diaspora. First presented as a part of RACE the 2016 iteration of Art in Odd Places held in October 2016 on 14th Street in New York City. Created in collaboration with Emily Chow Bluck this public intervention combined installation and performance to investigate boundaries, using the history of redlining in New York City as a point of departure.  See the full proposal here.