A public art installation
Shoreline Change is a site specific video installation of six experimental documentary films created by Nate Dorr and Nathan Kensinger. These works explore coastal areas in New York City that are undergoing dramatic transformations, due to climate change, environmental degradation, and commercial development. Over the course of six nights, the artists projected these films onto various maritime landmarks throughout the historic Seaport District, linking the neighborhood’s endangered waterfront to the city’s present-day shorelines.
Shoreline Change was created with as part of the Waterfront Alliance’s climate change public art series Art At The Blueline. It was made possible with the support of the Waterfront Alliance and the South Street Seaport Museum.