PROJECTING CITY STREETS
As any heavily urban city, Chicago is made of a grid-like design using streets as nodes to create spatial organization. The residents follow this grid every day to commute to work or reach their destination for recreation. Selecting a portion of Chicago's populated grid and abstracting it to bare intersecting lines, one may experience the an entire city's screetscape scaled down to a single exhibition space. Following the concept of splitting the museum above and underground, this exhibit extrudes the street lines to create an interactive park sculpture on the ground level, and voided slits of light on the underground.