IN PASSING explores my experience of strangers through street photography as a performative act. How does one inhabit a public space privately?

Kennedy Plaza, arguably the heart of downtown Providence, is a bus-stop terminal of which more than 40 000 people pass through daily. Not everyone is here to go somewhere else. In going from bus-stop to bus-stop, every stop became a destination dependent on the flow of people.  

These photos are taken with a 35mm camera, and processed in a darkroom. The final installation of photos is displayed on drying racks, repurposed into frames. Photos are mounted back-to-back, inviting multiple perspectives for viewing, where one can look through the photos to the observer on the other side.

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