Project Statement

We pass people on the street every day without making eye contact or even acknowledging their presence. We are connected to our music, our phones, our technology, but not necessarily to the people around us. I have chosen to share a momentary, public intimacy with those passersby so that I can gaze longer at their faces and value their humanity. We need each other in this world. Awareness of the people around me is the first step toward appreciation of who I am and who they are, whether those relationships remain anonymous, or become more revealing over time.

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Faces of Melrose Avenue, Los AngelesFaces  of Michigan Avenue, ChicagoFaces of 5th Avenue, HarlemFaces of           Brady Street, MilwaukeeFaces of Mitchell Street, MilwaukeeFaces of Delancey Street, New YorkFaces of Smith Street, BrooklynFaces of Devon Avenue, ChicagoFaces of      Wisconsin Ave, MilwaukeeFaces of Bastille Days, Milwaukee