The site, which is available here, will document the responses written on the wall and show new photos of the exhibit while it remains in White Plains.
Before I Die… is global public art project that invites people to write the goals they strive to accomplish in their lifetime on a temporary wall using chalk.
Artist Candy Chang started the first “Before I Die” wall on an abandoned house in her neighborhood in New Orleans in 2011 after she lost a loved one. Since then, more than 100 walls have been created in over 10 languages and in over 30 countries, including Kazakhstan, Argentina, Korea, Italy, Australia, Germany, South Africa, and in numerous cities throughout the United States.
The White Plains wall will stay up for about a month.