Temescal Greenbelt
This interactive public art project consists of a series of viewing devices and sculptures along the three block corridor of the Temescal Greenbelt.

The project reveals the history of the site, highlighting the fact that the surface creek and surrounding landscape are human-made versions of what originally existed here naturally.

The site itself becomes a natural history museum where the real, the recreated and the artificial coexist.

Commissioned by the City of Oakland Public Art Program with support from Measure DD: The Oakland Trust for Clean Water and Safe Parks, and Friend of the Rockridge Temescal Greenbelt (FROG)
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