A Chance That Nothing Will Happen


A Chance That Nothing Will Happen was created by repeatedly walking the approximate course of the Cohocksink Creek, a natural creek running beneath the streets of Philadelphia. This project incorporated water from the creek into the photographic process; water from the river where the creek terminates was used to mix the black and white photo chemistry. The impurities and debris present in the water played a role in the project, embedding an invisible facet of the city’s infrastructure into the images.