Although the title of this article is pure clickbait, it is nonetheless true. During the pandemic, poet-author-photographer Janet Sternburg found herself taking walks around her neighborhood of Little Tokyo in Los Angeles, camera in hand. The resulting book of images, I’ve Been Walking (Distanz), is not so much a chronicle of the plague year, as it is an artistic inquiry of the way what we see continues to nourish us.
Sternburg who had recently recovered from a foot injury, was reappreciating her ability to ambulate at the same time as the world had withdrawn. The world she was emerging into was deserted and desolate yet, paradoxically, Sternburg
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