An interactive project, 'Parking Lot Drawing' by Tracy Featherstone is about people taking part of their environments and seeing the world from the perspective of parking lot lines.
Often stepped on, driven over and sometimes completely ignored, these lines on the pavement are taken for granted with no ability to speak for themselves or move from their designated positions. Featherstone wants people to fulfill what they think the wishes of these lines are, arranging themselves along them to enhance their curves and length.
By lying on the ground and becoming a part of these insignificant marks, people can visualize what parking lot lines might think about all day if they had brains. In the end, the participants leave thankful for being human.
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