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Synanthrope Preserve (2016 - ongoing)

A series of immersive audio tours that take place throughout New York City.


Urban nature is a habitat for many synanthropic animals that live and thrive close to humans, such as pigeons, raccoons, and rats. Discover the overlooked natural world around you. Each walk focuses on a different synanthropic animal.
This project was created through a collaboration with Jessica Scott-Dutcher.


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The Synanthrope Preserve is made possible with the support from Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and Culture & Animals Foundation.

Articles on the Synanthrope Preserve were published in Arts and Leisure Section of Haaretz newspaper, CityLabPacific Standard Magazine and NYFA Current

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