Detroit is famous for its automobile industries but also for its central wastelands. First the center, and then the first rings around the center have been abandoned by the population who moved to the suburbs. This means the city is hollowing out from the inside.
The project Driving Detroit explores 2.100 streets, 2.700 miles of the city, from downtown to 8 Mile. The drive is presented in photos and videos and clever mapping of recent buildings and abandoned ones.