The Witness Project is a site-specific installation that portrays the spiritual aftermath of Ground Zero, NYC through the physicality of the site’s perimeter. The large-scale charcoal drawings represent the remaining architecture of the buildings that surrounded the site where the twin towers fell.  Original music and interviews with neighbors, rescue workers and a priest bring the auditory experience of New Yorkers who lived through the events. The recycled garments represent, in a small way, those who were lost or performed respite for the rescue workers. The final component, Transfiguration, is an interactive piece where one can offer a prayer or remembrance for those who were lost. All of the elements are in place to help the viewers process and reflect upon some of the larger questions that are central to the events of 9/11/2001 and today.