A Chance That Nothing Will Happen


The Cohocksink Creek is a natural creek running beneath the streets of Philadelphia, terminating at the Delaware River. A Chance That Nothing Will Happen was created by repeatedly walking the approximate course of the creek.

Water from the river was used to mix the black and white photo chemistry before developing the film. 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.