This is an excerpted interview from the Red Line D.C. Project, a documentary that examines the aesthetics of our everyday commute in the capital city. In this video, Martin Irvine, founding professor of the Communication, Culture and Technology program at Georgetown University, describes the appeal of practicing graffiti on the metro. Why does the Red line peak the interest of street assailants, art historians and everyday citizens, alike?

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