A lot of attention has been given to the subject matter "cat-calling" and "street-harassing" lately. It's something women deal with, on the street, and we often feel like we have no recourse. A smile, a "good morning", a "hey beautiful lady", a hard-stare from the passenger of a car, all of these have an underlying tone. Our street presence is constantly "validated" by the men we pass while we're on our way from point A to point B. I believe this undertone needs to be addressed, and not defended as something "polite" or "nice" that someone has said to you while you were minding your own business. And often being approached on the street, while you're walking alone, leaves you feeling vulnerable and unable to stand up for yourself when these situations come up. This show is a juxtaposition of how I feel women are often seen on the street, and the reality of the situation which is the fact that we are people who are going about our everyday lives.