This work traces Madison St. from its origin in the east at Millennium Park to Pulaski Rd. in the west. Each print contains four photographs, two as if one was walking from west to east, and two as if one was walking from east to west. At a certain point, the perspective meet near The United Center, before continuing on their path moving to the east or the west. In the process, the work juxtaposes the sharp contrast between the area to the west and east of The United Center. The intersection point was selected in large part because of the historic role the arena, and The Chicago Stadium before it, played in bringing people together from all over the city, country, and world. More broadly, the work traces the path of an iconic street that once contained a bustling retail thoroughfare that served as the economic heart of East Garfield Park and the West Side more broadly. At other points along the street, one once found the city’s Red Light District in an area that now is filled with multi-million dollar condos and high-end restaurants. In the end, the work is an invitation to contemplate diverse perspectives, disparities in wealth, and the image that one holds of a city. Hopefully, viewers will come away with a more nuanced understanding of what Chicago is and how its organizing grid of streets unite highly diverse neighborhoods. Perhaps some will even be inspired to explore ways of bringing greater equity and prosperity to the full expanse of the city.