Local Flavor

These photographs use serality and iteration in social landscapes that depict the advent of the quickly constructed housing in Honolulu that resulted from the post-World War II population boom. The twenty-six low-rise walk-up apartments are a segment of the built environment constructed during this “Modern” period emphasizing the years between 1947-1967. Taken during the lock-down related to Covid-19, the images transmit the tension palpable in these drive-by neighborhoods and reveal a look under the hood of the unseen and watchful population wary of outsiders.