Two figures stand in a Brooklyn apartment, the Empire State Building can be seen across the river in Manhattan. A series of rectangles confine the pair, contrasted to the enormous void beyond the window and the massive structures in the distance. A hazy sky shrouds the buildings in a city of possibilities. No matter who you are, you’ll see those who are less fortunate and more fortunate; those who struggle more and struggle less. The comparisons in scale and space speak of a life that balances apprehension with anticipation.
Light comes in through the window and also the doorway through which one of the models peers outward.
This is a city that changes, as with our own lives, what we knew to be has evolved into something new. This is an apartment under continual renovation. In a space as vast and changing as this, you realize life is something that can never be conquered, it can only be lived.