Guns in America: A TIME and JR Project
New York, 537 West 24th Street
TIME and JR traveled to three U.S. cities profoundly affected by guns—Dallas, St. Louis and Washington, D.C.—to invite people to share their views, describe their experiences and search for common ground. They met hunters and activists, teachers and police officers, parents and children. JR photographed 245 people to create a mural for the cover of TIME, giving a face to the full and complex spectrum of views on guns in America.
The video mural in captures each person included in the project. Following the showing at Pace, the mural will travel to additional venues around the country and is available to the public through an interactive website, where people can further explore each person’s interview and engage in a nation-wide dialogue.