1 x 1,584 feet
A line is a symbol that is used to simultaneously connect and separate. A dashed line is used to show an intermediate, transient state.
For Between, I stenciled a dashed line on the ground, made only of cracked corn. The line continued along the sidewalk for approximately 1/3 miles, between the gallery and PS1. The installation only lasted 6 hours; the dry corn that was not scattered or eaten was recollected and recycled.
This site-specific piece was part of “Both Sides of the Pulaski,” an exhibition that included artists working in Long Island City and Greenpoint.