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Channel

Channel is our outdoor video art program located on the High Line at 14th Street. Every evening from dusk until the park closes, we present a rotating program of solo and group exhibitions, historic works as well as new, in video format. Past artworks we’ve screened include videos by Sophia Al-Maria, Camille Henrot, Mary Reid Kelley, and Jacolby Satterwhite, among others.

 

Channel is our outdoor video art program located on the High Line at 14th Street. Every evening from dusk until the park closes, we present a rotating program of solo and group exhibitions, historic works as well as new, in video format. Past artworks we’ve screened include videos by Sophia Al-Maria, Camille Henrot, Mary Reid Kelley, and Jacolby Satterwhite, among others.

 

Now on view

Water Lines

Through May 9

Water Lines features video works by Nevin Aladağ, Carolina Caycedo, Thiago Rocha Pitta, and Hale Tenger that look at the absurd ways humans divide up the world across bodies of water.

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Recent Channels

Merce Cunningham

For Camera

In celebration of the Merce Cunningham Centennial, High Line Art screens three films of Cunningham’s choreographies for the camera.

Machines of Loving Grace

Nat Castañeda, Aura Satz, Erica Scourti

The three videos in Machines of Loving Grace explore contemporary and historical technologies and their eerie and shifting relationships with humans.

Wonderland

Basma Alsharif, Iván Argote, Joiri Minaya

Wonderland is an exhibition in video format featuring three artists whose works attempt to create a portrait of a place, often using impressionistic and non-narrative methods.

Kerry Tribe

Exquisite Corpse

Tribe presents Exquisite Corpse (2016), a 51-minute film that follows the Los Angeles Rivers for its 51-mile length from the San Fernando Valley to the Pacific Ocean.

Pauline Boudry / Renate Lorenz

Silent

A short film that explores how silence is both an oppressive experience and an act of strong resistance, as well as how these two aspects of silence are connected.

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Commissions

We work with world-renowned artists to commission temporary, site specific sculptures, installations and murals that are visible from the high line and the surrounding neighborhood.

Performances

Artists create participatory, dynamic performances and transformative experiences that take advantage of the High Line’s setting.

Plinth

This new landmark destination for major public art commissions will launch in 2019.