This summer, artists are going outside in Brooklyn. Outdoor street performances of Borderline Bushwick in Brooklyn were part of the “Arts in Bushwick” open studio day. All around the area art studio doors opened, and spaces that looked like warehouses from the outside, revealed as hidden art galleries behind the steel doors. Walking the familiar streets becomes something like a childhood fairytale when the artists come out. Brooklyn has secret gardens of creativity behind her steel doors.
Brooklyn’s population is diverse and international. Actors from different origins performed their own stories on street corners and fire escapes, in different languages. On the L line above ground at Jefferson street, a performer emerged from the top of a building and another from street level. Continue reading “Exploring Borders in Brooklyn with Art”