Check out a sneak peek video of a short, two-part documentary, from The Red Line D.C. Project.
The Red Line D.C. Project is a community-based effort to explore the relationship between public art and public space. For decades, the above-ground route between Union Station and Silver Spring, has been a rite of passage for public name writers and a symbol of D.C. graffiti culture. As gentrification ebbs into Northeast, the development of the Metropolitan Branch Trail represents how quickly access and aesthetics are changing in the District.
SEE / LINE features interviews with graffiti writers and metro riders, as well as locals and officials that blur our view metro graffiti.
Visit redlinedc.wordpress.com to learn more about the film.