Denver Artists Install A Chain Link Fence To Honor Victims Of Violence Worldwide

<p>(Corey H. Jones/CPR News)</p>
<p>City, O&#039; City owner Dan Landes installs pieces on a chain link fence outside the Denver restaurant on Friday, Dec. 11, 2015.</p>
Photo: Dan Landes Puts Art On Chain Link Fence At City, O&#039; City In Denver
City, O' City owner Dan Landes installs pieces on a chain link fence outside the Denver restaurant on Friday, Dec. 11, 2015.

LINK Denver's "An Altar To Alter" project serves in part as a memorial to victims of recent terrorist attacks and refugee crises around the world. The group installed a fence outside Denver's City, O' City restaurant Friday morning.

"Please leave something on this altar in homage to those near and far who have been cut down in acts of violence and oppression," reads a manifesto posted on the fence.

The group will host a gathering at 6 p.m. on Friday as well as musical and spoken word performances on Sunday.