Pedestrian Crossing is a meander through contemporary suburban ruins. Large columns are wrapped in photographs of strip mall staircases leading to benign and mysterious heights. A wall of white vinyl siding is the backdrop of an endless cascade of water - a mirage or an overture of promise. Mirrors reflect our movement through the space, the sightlines and textures of a seemingly banal landscape turned into a disorienting tableaux. The pedestrian here is both that person on foot, moving through suburban spaces inhospitable to all things not driving, and the pedestrian is also the quotidian, the commonplace, the unworthy. Here, the two faces of the modern pedestrian collide into a pilgrimage through the hyper ordinary and aspirational search for dimension.