9/11: 'Jumpers' from the World Trade Center still provoke impassioned debate
Driven to the brink by fires and scorching temperatures during the 9/11 attacks, people near the top of the World Trade Center's north tower hang from windows as high as 1,300 feet above the streets of New York City. Such images were extremely controversial ten years ago but have since become more accepted—if no less disturbing.
Frank's Cafe is the flagship architectural commission of Bold Tendencies in Peckham. Bold Tendencies is a summertime non-profit commissioning art project, now in its 8th year. It commissions site-specific works of visual and performing art most noted for large-scale sculpture.