Person/People was commissioned by Living Arts  Tulsa for Landsc(r)aping: Development, Community, Affect. The exhibition ran from May 4th - July 12th in 2018. The project calls to question the role of sole inclusion in the built environment. Developers and architects use imagined individuals and interactions within development renderings to sell, inform, or convince communities of their work. Person/People plays on the promise of the type of people imagined in development renderings by shifting them from the digital to the actual. The tropes of characters represent a broad swath of Person/People used in almost every development promise: Mother with a stroller, anonymous man, businessmen, coffee drinker, college student, runner, and bicyclist. 

Images are collected from various development renderings.