At Street Level
In the shared space of cities, we go about our business. Above us, light shifts and settles, falls in rectangles on walls. There is a sense of containment at street level and when we pass each other, for a split second we are alone together.
I’m interested in the psychology of these ambient encounters, the sense of affirmation when we recognize ourselves in a stranger’s gesture. The world changes and keeps on changing but we put on our coats and go out everyday, walking purposefully forward in our small modest lives.
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