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The “Las Calles Públicas Project” explores and maps uses of streets for commerce, expression, and celebration in the US and other countries through mapping, interviews, video, drawings, and photographs that explore “legal” and “not legal” in macro/spatial ways and micro/personal ones.

The focus is on compliance, avoidance, resistance, and protest, as well as what it means to be American in the face of changing reactions to American-ness. In addition to work in Los Angeles and Mexico City, future planned “streets” research will include New York, Lima, Peru, and Manila, Phillippines.