Isidro Blasco's Deconstructing Ways in an art intervention that inspires more imaginative relationships with a city's geography.

We don’t typically think about how architecture affects how we navigate a city or town. It’s such a naturalized part of the experience that we tend to ignore how restricted our movement can truly be. Alleyways, streets, grids, public transportation, skyscrapers, all exist within a very specific set of parameters that all people operate under when they inhabit or navigate a series of places. So would we be surprised if certain streets or pathways cropped up one day that were never there before? How would it affect how we see the layout of a city?

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