Fabric Banners / Installation / Public Art,  2017-ongoing
Created in collaboration with internationally acclaimed writer Anne Carson, and art production team House of Trees, Word On the Street has been shown at protests and at NYU's Kimmel Galleries, and will be shown at the Young Vic in London, the Whitney Houston Biennial in NYC and Repair the World in Brooklyn. 

I was born for love not hatred, Women's March on NYC, January 21 2017

Word on the Street bridges the gap between art production and social action, the institution and the street, ephemerality and physicality.  Leading up to the 2017 Presidential Inauguration, Khoshbin invited writer Anne Carson to respond to the current political situation in America with some kind of language. Carson wrote a series of slogans, which were then given form and physicality by Khoshbin as large-scale handcrafted banners. These will be displayed in a variety of institutions, before being taken out into the streets to be carried by marchers as protests arise.  The banners, transformed perhaps by the residue of their exposure to street-action, will then be re-installed at the institution where they were originally installed. This originally happened around the Inauguration Day Protest and Women's Marches on Washington/NYC after being installed and re-installed in NYU's Kimmel Galleries, and they have been used in a variety of protests since. This is the first phase of a multiyear public art project in collaboration with House Of Trees. We will be pairing leading national and international writers with acclaimed visual artists to facilitate the creation and public use of a series of political and poetical banners that speak directly to the urgent, timeless concerns of the individual, the community and the requirements of citizenry internationally.