forgotten places/places never found
The spaces around roads and highways are often left as a buffer, unused, undesirable. A vast network occupying millions of square feet it is quite possibly the largest most common used human built structure that the most number of people occupy at any given moment. The human brain is designed to shut out the extraneous information. What you do and places you go everyday become rote and the framework for movement and the common landscape is left unnoticed, yet to be experienced. What constitutes your place? Will you see it? What is right in front of you that you may have forgotten?
Series exhibited at The HUB at Austin Design Week 2017, Austin, Texas.