Across the void from a suburban supermarket,lies a lost lane turned place, plowed from the intangible. Situated within disparate urban zones of interstice and contradiction, the New Public Sites Video Tour series investigates some of the invisible sites and over-looked features of our everyday environment.

This tour examines the southeast corner of 33rd and Frisby Streets in the Waverly neighborhood of Baltimore. Previously an unpaved right of way, the site is now known as Tinges Commons, a community garden and public art space.

New Public Sites – Video Tour – Tinges Commons + Performance

Eyebeam, New York, NY, The Non Stop Institute of Yellow Springs, Yellow Springs, OH, Squeaky Wheel, Buffalo, NY, and The Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture at UMBC, Baltimore, MD

March 5, 2010

Performance version of NPS-VT-TC produced for Anarchy in the Kitchen, an exhibition of video performance art held in conjunction with the 2010 Umami Food and Art Festival at Eyebeam, and The Non Stop Institute of Yellow Springs, Squeaky Wheel, and the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture at UMBC. Green screen and and production assistance provided by Steve Bradley and Laura McGough.