Income Inequality in Los Angeles and Chicago

The two large prints (150x75cm) are visualizations of income inequality in Los Angeles and Chicago. They are printed on matte Somerset Velvet paper and mounted on thick wooden boards. The images are abstract diagrams of these cities and show a high resolution matrix of blocks. The height of these blocks corresponds to the income in the respective output area. The resolution of the grid is smaller than the actual census tracts, in order to retain the visual footprint of the city’s street-grid.

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