Kara Walker’s landmark exhibit may be long gone, but that doesn’t mean Brooklynites are finished discussing the Domino Sugar Refinery through every medium imaginable. Accordingly, members of the El Puente Muralistas collective recently started work on a massive piece on one of refinery’s construction walls discussing the refinery’s impact.
With the help of local pols and residents, El Puente began work on “Past Present Prediction,” a mural combining the themes of the Caribbean sugar trade, religion, culture and gentrification that represents stories told by South Williamsburg’s Latino residents.
There’s no word yet on how long the mural will stay up, but it’s definitely worth seeing while it’s still around. Head to the intersection of Grand Street and Kent Avenue to check it out.
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