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Urban Birds
an allegory of the last hundred years of urban industry, was created by painting directly on the walls of a 54,000 square-foot derelict brewery in the East Falls neighborhood of Philadelphia. The bird images, a hundred and sixty drawings in twenty rooms, became frames for the story of the building itself, the line, composition and scale of the drawings responding to particular manufacturing uses for each room, to the structure, materials and details of the building as well as to its post-manufacturing uses as a clandestine, illegal retreat for kids in a socially disintegrating neighborhood. Visiting the work required "watching" for birds in the almost overwhelming and chaotic physical condition of the site, generating the kind of participatory spectatorship one finds in some sports.