From Freshkills Park's photographer-in-residence, portraits of another world in formation
In works from digital dérives to a floating opera, artists bring new perspectives to New York City's most damaged environments.
Photographers focus on the grasslands that cap the former Fresh Kills landfill and provide new homes for threatened wildlife.
Call for Proposals: Urban Wild Writer Residency
We seek a writer to explore and interpret the contemporary urban landscape where highways meet gas wells, herons, and kayakers.
Leachate and Landscape
Photographers explore the infrastructural underpinnings of Freshkills Park.
The Golden Hour
A photo essay documenting what will become Freshkills's East Park shows that new life can emerge from the most toxic environments.
Revisiting Freshkills' West Mound
Five photographers return to the site of the Freshkills Park Project to document the transformation of landfill into landscape.
Freshkills: Open Sky Country
Five photographers roamed a wintry Freshkills Park, finding company in ducks and deer.
Ted Nabavi Turns Hazards to Riches
The chemist who monitors gas and liquids produced by the world's largest landfill touts the benefits of harvesting environmental hazards and the monitoring system with aviation roots that gives him eyes across thousands of acres.
From Freshkills's West Mound
Four photographers visit Freshkills' largest mound for an up-close look at the landfill capping process.