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Thanks to Google's wonderful Peter Pellerzi, go wwwest! 1, 2 & 3 have a new home through January. You can find them in Google's Chelsea Market space, on the second floor of 75 Ninth Avenue. The office is publicly accessible Monday-Friday, from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. The doughnuts downstairs come highly recommended.
Newly printed on linen cards for ease of play.
Edition of 20 for the 2015 issue.
Thinking about Postcards from Google Earth and exploring the program in search of glitches created due to intervening governments (military sites, protected landmarks, etc)
Experimenting with splicing shore development data and wikipedia articles about Hurricane Sandy and climate change into the image code of scanned negatives (taken on Fuji 690)
<3 35mm <3
"Fields, fences, and firebreaks were concrete embodiments of the environmental partitioning that made farming possible, but they also expressed the underlying property system that divided the land into ownership rights. Few other regions in the United States were better suited to the system which the government had used since 1785 for selling public lands, subdividing the nation into a vast grid of square-mile sections whose purpose was to turn land into real estate by the most economically expedient method."
- Nature's Metropolis: Chicago and the Great West