Gehl Studios in San Francisco created a project they called The National Street Service, designed to make people stop and think about streets as public space and how we interact with each other in that space. I was invited to collaborate on the part of the project that was specifically about fostering more empathy on the street. This became a site-specific non-narrated audio installation at 16th and South Van Ness. That's where, in 2013, 21-year-old, Dylan Mitchell was struck and killed on his bike while on his way to work. I had the honor of talking to Dylan's mother, Julie, about her son, his life, his death, and what street safety means to her now.
Here is her story:
Web link: https://www.nationalstreetservice.org/blog/2017/4/24/thestreetspeaks-stories-from-of-and-by-the-street