100 Ways To See… A Street is a visual arts project and an experiment in urbanism.
The plan: To experience and document the street where I live from 100 different perspectives.
The outcome: A rich visual (and occasionally aural and textual) record of a street from 100 different perspectives, which also serve as 100 different ways of mapping the street.
The intention: i) To demonstrate that even in the mundane and familiar, there is complexity, serendipity and beauty; and ii) to develop alternative ways of mapping and representing urban complexity.
The setting: Wythe Ave, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York City.
The route: 15 blocks along Wythe Ave from Broadway to North 8th St – the route I take to the supermarket or the Bedford Ave subway station; a (seemingly) mundane, everyday sort of route.
If you would like to contact me, or if you have suggestions for themes, my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
100 Ways To See…A Street was recently featured in The L Magazine