According to an EPA study, the average American spends 93% of their life indoors. In New York City, it is not uncommon to experience nature from behind glass – besides public parks much of the natural vegetation that remains is only found in small doses. The film observes our relationship with (and distance from) nature, mediated by the glass windows that frame much of our modern existence – a separation which we are very conditioned to, to the point of not noticing it. The experience of the natural via windows is further distanced by the muffling sounds of air conditioning in each location.  
© Jack DiLaura