Quit the neighborhood investigates issues of visibility as they relate to a sense of place. How man-made forms whittle, sculpt, and shape the landscape, and how these carvings can serve as an account of a region. For these drawings, I was interested in how a building’s environment was a reflection of the social or cultural value ascribed to the structure, and how to integrate, mimic, and reflect modern standards of worth through landscape. How built environments define our experience of the world, in a completely obvious but often unacknowledged aspect of modern nature. Decaying ruins and gentrifying new constructions are cheerily fractured to depict the ever-changing battle between man-made structures and the nature. In addition, each work was an attempt to balance restraint with excess, or at least to temper the anxious over-embellishment with order.