Inspired by the Wurts Bros.’s novel technique of aligning ground level shots of skyscrapers with images taken from the upper levels of a nearby building, Julie Boserup adds found images, drawing, geological images and her own photographs shot in the streets of New York to an enlarged digital print from the archive.
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