Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Live From Occupied Wall St

The following images are from the autonomous zone known as Occupied Wall Street. I journeyed down to the now fabled Zucotti Park to spend a few nights and try to gather my own visual understanding of what was happening.

It's not exactly an in-depth examination of the cultural and/or political climate of the occupied zone, but an attempt to share with all of you out there in the ether what it's like at the center of the most dramatic movement in history.

Occupied Wall Street is now the Town Square for the world entire.

It is the greek polis and the New England town meeting; it is the street brawl and the family barbecue; it is a survivor's colony and the world's happiest prison camp... complete with streamers, shiny ribbons, and steel barricades.

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