In this ongoing project, Natan Dvir explores the unique New York underground architecture and the people that temporarily pass through it. The opposite subway platform is often dissected by columns and visually resembles a developed roll of photographic film. One needs to scan across in order to see the complete picture. The space is fragmented into virtual display windows inviting a voyeuristic opportunity to gaze at commuters traveling in the opposite direction. Interactions, or lack of, manifest themselves in body language and spatial locations of the people observed.
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