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Hebron, Connecticut, USA
Elements of “Exit Ramp” are based on driving I-95 through Bridgeport, CT. What was once a vibrant boom town has become a collection of empty factories. Productivity, prosperity and waste are by products of industrialization. Deindustrialization produces desolation. Instead of being a destination, this is a zone to be traveled through. Ruins remain for decades, constant reminders of a by-gone age.
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