Today's post features photos of the Third Street Bridge in Bloomington, Indiana. As explored in contributor Nicol Stavlas' essay, "What Art Means When It's Gone" (read Part 1), this bridge is the site of a sought-after public art space that is routinely "blacked out" by city officials reinforcing recent anti-graffiti legislation.
Nicol Stavlas is an essayist, poet, and resident of Bloomington. Her essay was originally published in TRACHODON 4. It appears on Cheek Teeth in a 3-part series with imagery previously unavailable for the print edition. Stay tuned for Part 3 later this week.