26.2 : Meditations, examines the link between topographical mapping, movement, and mind, i.e. how consciousness shapes movement and it’s relation to physical systems that simultaneously dictate direction and posture. This project explores these concepts by plotting the Boston Marathon course. The photographs were made to reflect a pedestrian experience one might have while walking the Boston Marathon route. Unbiased and neutral are controversial concepts within contemporary photography, however my approach is similar to early Swiss Design, that utilized "objective photography", style characteristics and design elements that were meant to present information clearly (without any of the persuading elements of advertising/propaganda). My intention was to document as much of the peripheral landscape as I could, interventions that were accessible and easily visible from the road.