This series is inspired by the concept of “Non-lieux,” or “non-place,”  which is a term coined by French anthropologist Marc Augé in a 1995 book titled, Non-Places: Introduction to an Anthropology of Supermodernity. It refers to places that lack history and tradition. Places that people pass through. Places that are solely meant for transactions. Places where people are largely anonymous faces and places that aren’t significant enough to be considered places.