The Greenmount West Bright Lane is a public art installation that calms traffic by highlighting pedestrian space and creating a buffer for people on foot to cross the street. Local residents shared values and voted on their preferred artwork. The project was created in collaboration with Vilde Ulset and Quentin Batts as part of the “Made You Look” bicycle and pedestrian safety project. Graham Coreil-Allen of Graham Projects advised on the community input process, design, and logistics; and co-led installation.
Project partners: Made You Look, Center for Social Design at Maryland Institute College of Art, Maryland Department of Transportation, Open Works, and City Arts Apartments.