I am interested in the city when it overlaps. In those moments, looking rests in no particular spot. Possibilities exist in space that is carved out of the in-between. It suggests interior activity. One is reminded of both the body and the self. Materials have life and seem to speak. I walk and look and feel that in this moment, I could live just about anywhere. I’d take the time to describe the place after choosing it, and it would begin to describe me in a way that was similar. Experience and information would be absorbed, transferred, and constantly given back. Layers have been added, connections drawn in the air. I call it visual density, but it only looks that way from one spot. I walk all over, in sneakers, looking for it.
-bridget a. purcell