A solo project In collaboration with
Central Park Tours, New York, NY (see LINKS)
May 15 - September 31, 2013

Ob·verse (b-vûrs, b-, bvûrs)
1. Facing or turned toward the observer: the obverse side of a statue.
2. Serving as a counterpart or complement.
n. (bvûrs, b-vûrs, b-)
1. The side of a coin, medal, or badge that bears the principal stamp or design.
2. The more conspicuous of two possible alternatives, cases, or sides: the obverse of this issue.
3. Logic The counterpart of a proposition obtained by exchanging the affirmative for the negative quality of the whole proposition and then negating the predicate: The obverse of "Every act is predictable" is "No act is unpredictable."