Last year I encountered a mutilated and graffitied car outside a police station in Brooklyn. Seeing the vandalized remnants of what I presumed was a violent car crash reminded me of how disposable life can be. Motivated by both concern and curiosity, I decided to find why this tragic wreck was abandoned outside the station. I immersed myself in a search for answers that led me to police records, archives, reporters, and the friends and family of the deceased driver. The remnants of the car revealed a series of strange connections between its surrounding neighborhood and the life and death of the person behind the wheel.

The project has taken the form of an installation that presents all the evidence collected during the investigation. The exhibition will be on view September 12–15 and 19–22 in Photoville, Brooklyn NY.

Images coming soon.