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Flux Density: Detroit
Whitdel Arts, Detroit from
2014
Collaged prints: pigment ink on Photo-Tex paper

Flux Density: Detroit, a large scale site-responsive photographic installation, is a visualization of disinvestment and reinvestment apparant all over the city. The project focuses on Michigan Avenue, once a major pre-interstate route to Chicago, which has survived countless boom and bust cycles since Detroit's founding. Shot from a pedestrian point of view, the piece chronicles the swiftly gentrifying the two-mile stretch from the recently refurbished Bagley Memorial Fountain downtown to the abandoned Michigan Central Railway Station in Corktown.

2014
2014