The sound of sea level rise: Norfolk artist’s symphony imagines our shifting shoreline

The living shoreline at the Elizabeth River Project’s Ryan Resilience Lab is built to change.

The nonprofit’s new building on Colley Avenue is located in a vulnerable corridor along Knitting Mill Creek, projected to see about 5.5 feet of sea level rise in the coming decades.

As waters rise, the shoreline will slowly retreat inward.

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