From spring to ocean, I walked the path of no longer existent Islias Creek and Old Arroyo Dolores while documenting the urban spaces that have taken their place. Without a smartphone, this was an exercise in getting lost in an effort to create physical versus virtual interactions with people and place. Each print represents one arroyo walk. This project took place in the spring of 2014 in San Francisco.
Islais Creek, digital relief and screen print, 23 x 30 in, 2014 (above)
Islais Creek (detail), digital relief and screen print, 23 x 30 in, 2014 (above)
Old Arroyo Dolores, digital relief and screen print, 23 x 30 in, 2014 (above)
Do You Hear the Water Beneath Your Feet? Map, digital print, 2014 (above)
Much Gratitude and thanks to Joel Pomerantz of ThinkWalks and SeepCity for enthusiastically and generously sharing knowledge about the history of water in San Francisco during research for this project.