Today’s submission is by artist Lesley Silvia. The below photographs document the progression of Lesley’s TrIP-inspired, papercuts. You can view the original post “The Making of my TrIP Submission” on LesleyCuts.com. Riding the bus in Sanford! We’re riding the bus in Sanford! Jared is doing field recording as part of his […]
Read more "#TrIP_Orlando Blog Phase One Addendum: Progression by Lesley Silvia"
TrIP Phase One is still in progress as TrIPers collectively aim to ride all of the bus routes that make up the LYNX bus system. We still have many routes still to cover. Over the next several days, we will also be posting “addendum” blog posts submitted by participants who we were not able for various […]
Read more "TrIP Blog Phase One Addendum: On The Cady Way Trail – A TrIP stream-of-consciousness by Miriam Gabriel #TrIP_Orlando #publictransportation"
There is more to come from the Transit Interpretation Project (TrIP). TrIP Phase One Addendum posts will be starting up soon. Pat Greene, TrIP’s curator and the curator/director of both The Corridor Project and the Gallery at Avalon Island, has several ideas brewing that should be coming down the blog pipeline in the near future […]
Read more "There is still more enroute from #TrIP_Orlando #staytuned"
Figure 1: Click on Map for Details My journey was on LYNX Route 1, a ride from Winter Park Village to the Altamonte Springs Mall. Figure 2: Moving My interest in TrIP stems from my research into the tension between real and imagined urban spaces. As an urban historian, I see perceptions linked to community and identity […]
Read more "TrIP Blog Day 30: Home to the Crossroads by Julian Chambliss #TrIP_Orlando #publictransportation"
I approached my TrIP with lofty aspirations. I would yo-yo like Benny Profane in the novel V. I would quote from the bus scenes in The Moviegoer and point out the everydayness that shrouds the truth of our immediate surroundings. I would map the psychogeography of Orlando. And why not, while I’m at it, reveal […]
Read more "TrIP Blog Day 29: Riders’ Block: a confession by Ryan Rivas #TrIP_Orlando #publictransportation"
I had the pleasure to participate in TrIP on November 5th. I rode route number 105 from Winter Garden to the Downtown station via 50 west. The landscapes are what arrested my attention, I remembered being a child with my head pressed against the school bus window watching the land wisp by recognizable in a blur. I am creating a two-layered video of that experience recording the landscape through the window traveling from Winter Garden to Downtown and laying on top of it the recording of the opposite side of the road from Downtown back to Winter Garden.
Read more "TrIP Blog Day 28: Recognizable in a Blur by Jay Flynn #TrIP_Orlando #publictransportation"