Docklands is an ongoing research, documenting the transition of former harbor areas in different cities. Focusing on the high demand for living near the water the project tries to get a grip on shifting social demographics, waterfront development and similarities within these areas.
With LOT - DOCKLANDS, the project focuses on New York, questioning the function of public space within the residential area in Red Hook. An area notorious of a violent history and crime, the neighborhood hasn't developed as quickly as other parts of Brooklyn. The area is known for its empty lots, and has a high level of flood risk. But, also in Red Hook, transition is inevitable.
A mix of landscapes, people and details of these exteriors reflect the current state of this neighborhood, with its contrasts and diversity. This diverse mix of images are structured within the collection of street-corners, which show, and question, what this transition entails for the public domain.