Residential architecture is often looked at as a proxy for locality, community, status—and our relationships with them.
A facade may or may not be a cover-up.
To carry that thought further, consider the difference between acknowledging a neighbor and avoiding their glance. For instance, in a community disturbance are there alternatives to dialing 911? Has everyone’s safety been considered vis-a-vis law enforcement? Are there risks people face if the police get involved? Do you know your neighbor?
This series is an ongoing diary.