Printed on vellum, this flipbook explores how concrete and dense forms can transform into loose and aerated collections of geometric shapes. Black and white images reveal how a city reduces into an open and ambiguously spaced flow of light. I used photographs of city images and diagrammed movement of crowds using red dots. Although the city typically conjures up images of congestion, this reflects an alternative view of the urban space.
Dimensions: 5 x 9.5 inches