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Low-resolution black and white photographs featuring elements of a dismal urban landscape (fences, rubble, barbed wire, train tracks, pipes, graffiti) appear on each page, surmounted with the repeated phrase "the real line of new york." One blank page reads "the skyline of new york" in the same registration, leading the reader to consider the disparity between a city's imaginary representation (in the sense of image) and the actual visual images that map its reality.
Part one of a four-part series documenting urban decay in various industrial ares of New York City.