In Project Space July 2019
Shoreline Change: New Films by Nathan Kensinger & Nate Dorr
Shoreline Change is a collection of recent films created by Nathan Kensinger and Nate Dorr, who have been collaboratively documenting the waterfront of New York City for the past 13 years. These works investigate the rapidly changing coastline of the city, where frequently flooded neighborhoods are now being demolished to make way for either new wetlands or new residential towers. As New York City contemplates how to best address the existential threat of sea level rise, these works excavate its complicated history of polluted landfills and degraded wetlands, while considering visions of a multi-species future shaped by water.