By Susan Kehoe, Ph.D. | Photography by Sebastian Sullen
When Amy Peterson was taking her run on the Dequindre Cut, along a set of rail lines formerly owned by Grand Trunk Railroad, she was inspired by a piece of graffiti that had fallen from a building. Peterson examined the many layers and found them symbolic of Detroit — its history, culture and people.
“Never fall in love with the top layer,” she thought, “always go deeper.”
An idea to repurpose the .....