This work was primarily concerned with light and movement within the city, and was an observation upon how grids are employed in city design in order to provide an efficient means of developing real estate. The city of New York is vast, extending in all directions as far as the eye can see.
Paradoxically, it is in the darkest spaces, those between the illumined mesh of the transport network that makes up the grid, that people live, essentially invisible to the observer of this immense man-made structure of darkness and light.
2000, c-type prints, 1 - 7. 67x101cms