Cities attract millions of people each year, seemingly growing with no discernible pattern or pre-established order. They encapsulate time and serve as living examples of the evolution they’ve undergone, presenting various layers of information that coexist simultaneously.
I view the city as a gravitational force that draws us in, forming a multicultural, multidimensional environment that fosters the creation of numerous relationships. It is a human-made landscape that simultaneously provides numerous opportunities. Cities grant us identity, and, in turn, each of us contributes to shaping that collective identity.