Ambiguous Borders

Exploring the Definitions of Community in Red Hook, Brooklyn Ambiguous Borders is an audio walking tour based on the oral histories producer Shannon Geis collected while obtaining her Master’s degree in Oral History from Columbia University. It is a two hour listening experiement best experienced by walking through the neighborhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn. Ambiguous Borders explores the … Continue reading

The Sounds of Red Hook

We often think about what makes a community unique. And usually the things we consider include the people who live there, the places with visiting, and maybe some of the intangible feelings you get when you are there. But one aspect that I don’t think is considered as often as it should are the unique … Continue reading