Down The Lane

Alka Sharma, George Kaltsounakis, Tammy Stone, Alok Sharma


Walter Benjamin wrote that “Nowhere, unless perhaps in dreams, can the phenomenon of the boundary be experienced in a more originary way than in cities.” What is the boundary? Something that divides: the viewer from the viewed, technology from experience, me from you. The discontinuities of everyday life are held in awe by one person, but to the next are beautiful, transformable, integrative. The photograph is taken, urban boundaries violently frozen, glimpses from dividing lanes.