When designing this box, the artist considered what “community” means to the largely Black Crown Hill neighborhood. He opted to use photographs of residents acting communally: picking up litter, enjoying each other socially, attending meetings to decide as a group what happens in their neighborhood. The result is a vivid portrait of the people and activities that makes a place a neighborhood, and just might turn people’s thinking around who believe that “nothing happens” in Crown Hill.
Medium type: Adhesive vinyl
Indianapolis, IN, 46208
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