Memorial to Oak Street
20" x 48"
1) the Oak Street neighborhood of New Haven, torn down in the mid 20th century for the creation of a never-completed commuter highway linking I-95, New Haven, and the western suburbs
2) the large-scale Modernist developments that filled in the land
A) Structures no longer standing or slated for demolition are rendered in white
B) Structures that remain and the connector that never connected are rendered in orange
on the occasion of the city's new plan to stitch Downtown back together