In Tokyo! there’s a scene (within Interior Design by Gondry) where the protagonist tells his girlfriend that ghosts inhabit the tiny spaces between buildings. These slivers of separation seem specific to super-dense cities, an architectural mark of population distribution. No matter how ubiquitous, it’s something you’d barely even notice until pointed out. Walking home from the grocery store this morning, I finally saw it. So I decided to document our haunted little city and some of its haunted little spaces.
Moral of the story: Goddamn this is a gorgeous place to live. It’s no wonder we have so many ghosts.
PS : one of these is mine! I’ll never tell!