We partnered with The Pink Line Project to develop a creative placemaking project for the Georgia Avenue neighborhood of Washington, DC. The intention was to bring together a community plagued by gentrification by showcasing faces on projection screens up and down the neighborhood's main corridor. Simulating sustained eye contact, the installation created visceral connections among neighborhood residents. Composite Co. created the SEE/CHANGE visual identity and produced, casted, directed and edited all video footage.
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