“1612 Dots” a project by Jonathan Horowitz

"1612 Dots" a project by Jonathan Horowitz

With the instruction to paint a perfect, solid black dot, using only paint and brushes, 1612 people passing through the Oculus at the World Trade Center painted the 1612 dots which make up this installation. Of all 7.49 billion people in the world everyone paints with a different hand and everyone speaks with a different voice, yet “everyone is created equal” “It is not our differences that divide us. It is our ability to recongnize, accept, and celebrate those differences” (quote by Audre Lorde)

The Awe of the Oculus

The Awe of the Oculus

Santiago Calatrava’s Oculus of the World Trade Center transportation hub at Battery Park City.

A Temple of Transportation

A Temple of Transportation

The Santiago Calatrava train hub at the World Trade Center, New York City.

Heading Home

Heading Home

A WTC operations worker at the Oculus of the World Trade Center transportation hub designed by Santiago Calatrava.

In A White World Of Wonder

New pedestrian pathway designed by Santiago Calatrava linking Brookfield Place and the World Trade Center Path train station.

New pedestrian pathway designed by Santiago Calatrava linking Brookfield Place and the World Trade Center Path train station.


Ricoh GR

A Walk Through Warped Space

Pedestrian pathway by Santiago Calatrava linking Brookfield Place, formerly known as the World Financial Center, and the World Trade Center Path train station in Battery Park City, New York.

Pedestrian pathway by Santiago Calatrava linking Brookfield Place, formerly known as the World Financial Center, and the World Trade Center Path train station in Battery Park City, New York.


Panasonic GX7 with the Lumix 8mm f3.5 fisheye lens.