There are many streets across the world with the name Broadway Street. One of the most notable for North America is located in Manhattan, New York. This street runs almost the entire length of Manhattan Island and continues northward through the Bronx. It is the oldest north to south main thoroughfare in the city, dating to the first New Amsterdam settlement. The name Broadway descends from Dutch, Breede weg.
Broadway was originally the Wickquasgeck Trail, carved into the brush destination of Manhattan by the Native American inhabitants. When I think of Broadway, a rush of theatre, artists, writers, performers, and eccentric human beings encapsulate the scenery. Here is where tumultuous underground of ideas appear tangible.
This photography project was handled directly by all the participants.
The location was an under construction building on Broadway Street in a smaller city on the west coast of North America. While we were inside the building, my imagination continued to gravitate to New York while I had lived there for a moment in my life in the earlier 1990s.