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PARKING LOT SERIES, 2012
Location studies of empty parking lots in New York City, Beacon New York and Stockholm.

These spaces can be found all over the western world. Regarding only their physical appearance, and not the known rules connected with the space, a new kind of area appears. The interaction between human presence and natural laws is visible.