Wednesday, June 15, 2016
"New York is very dense. It's dense with everything. It's dense with visual information. I'm talking about Manhattan—every place you look, there's something to see. There are stores, but it's never just one level of stores. It's two or three levels of stores. The first floor might be books, the second floor might be a place that does nails, and the third floor might be a place that stores furs. And then there's the architecture—it's one era of buildings slapped up right next to another with no space in between. That's one of the things that I adore about New York City. There are not even words for how much I adore that. Everything smashed up against everything else."
Roz Chast, 6sqft