How We See It Under Streetlights
print on foam board
An interactive anaglyph illustration that serves as a tool for community placemaking in the Villa Victoria (South End, Boston).
This was a four month research project investigating the different perceptions of the community from residents, staff, and affiliates of the community. I conducted interviews and extracted contrasting themes from the older and younger generation's answers that I then translated into visuals.
I decided to make an anaglyph illustration as a way to depict multiple truths.
The red layer represents the community perceptions of the older generation, which were more positive, while the blue layer represents the community perceptions of the younger generation, which were more negative.