On Chicago’s South Side, an abundance of abandoned space coupled with a lack of access to healthy, affordable food is holding an entire community captive to circumstance. It’s a situation that artist Emily Schiffer aims to radically alter with See Potential, a series of large-scale photographs that she’s produced in collaboration with local artists, and that she plans to install on buildings around the neighborhood. The result? Public art that helps a community reimagine their shared spaces: vibrant gardens instead of vacant lots, community centers instead of empty storefronts, and more. It’s our Project of the Day.