TEN YEARS AFTER 9/11, LOWER MANHATTAN CULTURAL
COUNCIL INVITES ARTISTIC RESPONSE TO A DECADE OF
RECOVERY AND CHANGE IN LOWER MANHATTAN AND
BEYOND, THROUGH EXHIBITIONS, PERFORMANCES,
POETRY, AND IDEAS. / LEARN MORE
Though I could not see anything on the sidewalk, each step forward made a crunching sound. I felt this layer of debris while walking to work from the subway ten years ago in October. All day, dump trucks took pieces of the ruin to the pier, to ship away. By mid afternoon, sanitation trucks came through to wash down the streets. I noted this from my seventh floor office window, nine blocks north of the site, imagining how other events of history are pushed toward the spectral...