Aaron Asis Breathed New Life into Vacant Church

 Aaron Asis Breathed New Life into Vacant Church
Using over 2,000 meters of blue cord, Brooklyn-based artist Aaron Asis breathed new life into West Philadelphia's St. Andrew's Collegiate Chapel. The space, which had been closed for more than 20 years, was the site of his temporary installation called Ci-Lines (pronounced “see-lines”). Asis created the impressive environment by wrapping and tying the colored paracord around the ornamental posts and columns that laid inside of the forgotten church.

 Aaron Asis Breathed New Life into Vacant Church
 Aaron Asis Breathed New Life into Vacant Church
 Aaron Asis Breathed New Life into Vacant Church
 Aaron Asis Breathed New Life into Vacant Church
 Aaron Asis Breathed New Life into Vacant Church
 Aaron Asis Breathed New Life into Vacant Church
 Aaron Asis Breathed New Life into Vacant Church
 Aaron Asis Breathed New Life into Vacant Church
Photography by Michael Bixler

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via [DezeenHidden City Philadephia]

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