This project seeks to explore new processes for generating images though an analysis of site, landscape and image. As subject, three sites were chosen along a rail corridor linking rural Ontario with downtown Toronto; each exhiting varied degrees of density and urbanity.

A series of photo studies documenting each condition were superimposed on eachother to create a new spatial sensibility relective of the experience of the sites united through the process of travelling from margin to centre. The merging borders or boundaries between the centre and periphery is analogous to the current perceptual condition where there seems to be no distinction between space and place along transportation corridors.