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The Third Space

The High Line Park acts as a neoliberal tool to support the increase in real estate value and investment in West Chelsea and Hudson Yards. To change this narrative, one must transmute what exists in creating spaces for those inhabitants not represented by the park and the surrounding neighborhood.

The Third Space is a Center of the Arts for the Liberation of Black Female Bodies. As Michel Foucalut said, “liberty is a practice,” and this project seeks to provide a space where women of marginalized communities may participate in the community to establish transformative and enduring feminine identities through the generation of art and new spatial conditions that change preexisting notions of women’s labor.