Tonika Johnson’s Folded Map Project

Tonika visits us at Street Level and discusses a few of the concepts behind The Folding Maps Project, which compares living conditions on Chicago’s North and South sides by looking at the addresses of streets that cross both sides and the experiences that influenced her to become an artist .Recorded at Street Level.

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