"Drive Thru" Cameron Blaylock for DBP
ITP/IMA's Resident, Ali Santana, was included in Drive Thru, a free public arts installation aimed at pedestrians that showcased a rotating selection of films by eight different local artists exploring unique perspectives on city life. Ali's short film was called "Community: Rhythm / Movement / Joy (2022)"
Organized and curated by the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership and the Van Alen Institute and designed by Soft-Firm, the project aims to "connect communities through thought-provoking visual media," reads an official press release.
In addition to highlighting films dissecting the immigrant experience, the current status of minorities in the country, the ecological impacts of urban life and more, the destination will also host a slew of live performances.