The construction site, characterized by ambiguity and openness, is the embodiment of GRAY SPACE. Situated between otherwise defined areas of the city, it bears witness to what was and what may be. I document a rite of passage; a temporary urbanscape which is no longer one thing but not quite another.

Plastic sheeting, installed to protect and manage detritus at construction sites, allows for a new photographic representation of the landscape. The sites' transitional nature, part material/part immaterial, is clearly rendered within the shadowy and blurred abstract photographs. I capture a state between destruction and new life. 

Atlanta, a city that destroys to build anew, forces a continually reconsidered identity. Being surrounded by a shifting GRAY SPACE affects the psyche. GRAY SPACE encourages contemplation of both the physical and metaphysical transformation.