Patch of Grass

Visual curation, image design

The focus of this experiment was urban ecology — the way elements in a single urban space react and move within proximity. Experimenting with continuity, archiving, and curation, I concentrated on a patch of grass in Washington Square Park.

Passing by the area every day, I took a photo from different times of every day, across one week and then proceeded to print, scan, and render the images on Adobe Photoshop to isolate the colors and distinguish the natural dispersion of the ecosystem.

The end result was a compilation of images that collated the reactions to different color treatments. Each color treatment showcases unique elements or responses that are not seen in other treatments. By using red, green, and beige, I saw distinctions in the way each focus area moves with time.

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