VISUAL DIALOGUE
This book was developed as a collaboration between two designers. By having the designers design an individual book with each urban planner's content and then overlaying both books on top of each other the piece is meant to show two differing visions for the urban layout of New York. While the printed page is seen as evidence of the forced dialogue, the webpage uses the browser size as a way to control the amount of overlay experienced by users when reading the page.
Using a simple technique of printing one color over the next, the dialogue found a way to be brought to the forefront of the book. The printed pages become the visual evidence of the performance.
In the website we explored the user as the mediator. When reading both urban designers points of view, the user gets to adjust the level of visual collision on the browser.