Jenna Rodriguez worked with students to create “Traverse” for the Evelyn T. Butts Transfer Station. Wood templates of hands were cut then fabricated in plastic at NorvaPlastics and stamped with quotes gathered from travelers.

The hands were placed along the chain link fence surrounding the station at various heights. A mural of pedestrians and animals in action completes the project and hangs along a retainer wall stretching over a block (196ft.).

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