The suburban neighborhood that is presented in my documentary style project was built in the late 1950's and has several abandoned spaces throughout the approximate four square mile neighborhood. My childhood home is within this neighborhood and I have resided there the majority of my adult life. In 2017, I began to observe and document the neighborhood, which has not rebounded from the 2008 American housing crisis and recession.
Sight, Sound, Suburbia does not depict the perfect stereotypical sights associated with the American suburbs, but a neighborhood affected by transitions of the national economy and a change in the local labor culture. This project is still in production and my visual imagery, suburban sound collection, and walking observational audio fieldwork will culminate in an upcoming film.
University College London,
Multimedia Anthropology Lab (London, England)
Sight, Sound, Suburbia Fieldwork
February 22,2019 Online Exhibit Launched
Issue no. 11 Digital America, University of Richmond
10 yrs. Later included in Online Exhibition
Richmond Sound Arts Festival
Spring/ Summer 2018 (Richmond, VA)
International Multidisciplinary Printmaking Conference
Sight, Sound, Suburbia short video is included in the other disciplines exhibition
Santander, Spain August 27 - September 9, 2018