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Variable Boundaries

'Variable Boundaries' is a series exploring Charleston's complex relationship with the seas and rising waters. Since its settlement, Charleston's population has been manipulating the lowcountry landscape through our interactions with the environment. The City was built just above sea level, and it seems that the boundaries between the water and the land have never been more fragile. Charleston poet TyQuan Morton express the gravity of the situation best: These King Tides are before us. / And Mother Nature wonders, / When will they wake up?

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America St, Eastside; January 2016

Drake St, Eastside; April 2017

 
 

Hanover St, Eastside; April 2017

James Island Connector (SC-30) at Ashley River; November 2016

Baufain St at Lockwood Dr, Harleston Village; November 2016

Lockwood Drive Walkway, Ashley River; November 2016

 

Hanover St, Eastside; January 2016

 
 

Drake St, Eastside; January 2016

Lockwood Dr at Broad St, Harleston Village; November 2016

Lockwood Dr; November 2016

Broad Street, Harleston Village; November 2016

 

Aiken St, Eastside; January 2016

 
 

Ashley River; November 2016

 

America St, Eastside; January 2016

America St, Eastside; January 2016

Smith St, Radcliffeborough; January 2016

 
 

Lockwood Drive at Broad Street, Harleston Village; November 2016

 
 

Wentworth St, Harleston Village; October 2015

Aiken St, Eastside; January 2016

 

South St, Eastside; January 2016

 

Ashley River at City Marina; October 2015

Charleston City Marina; September 2015

 

Lockwood Dr along Ashley River; September 2015

 

Drake St, Eastside; January 2016

South St, Eastside; January 2016

 
 

Charleston City Marina; September 2015

 

Lockwood Dr along Ashley River; November 2016

Beaufain St at Lockwood Dr; November 2016

Murphy Ct, Radcliffborough; November 2016

Market Street; October 2015

 

Ashley River at Lockwood Dr, Harleston Village; November 2016