Centroids and Asphalt
"Centroids and Asphalt" will identify hidden loci of New York City-- invisible hinge-points upon which the city's people, buildings and population turn. The walk will explore our physical interactions with the street and how to reconcile these encounters with a conceptual, bird's-eye view of the city. We will physically map both our own perceptions and present realities at different points and use drawing, map-making, and careful study to form new narratives from our everyday environment.
This walk holds 10 people.
"Neil's walk integrates these same concerns: material flow, plant and animal life, social history, and organizational geometry - all in real world terms, all within a few blocks of central Brooklyn." sevensixfive 8/6/10
Brooklyn, NY 11221