Michael Webb (*1937), Sin Centre, Leicester Square, London, isometric of car ramp, c. 1965. Pencil and graphite on airbrush board, 410 × 530 mm.
[A]ll this can, and is meant to happen on the parking ramps of the Sin Centre: couples bring along their own mobile living room and view the action, neck or talk.
– Michael Webb
On Michael Webb's description of the Sin Centre, and the two circulation systems of the elevator and ramp; on Mark Dorrian's description of driving as drawing, in relation to the Sin Centre; on an another project that delights in the ramp and the speed of the car, Zund Up's Auto Expander; and on the 2018 exhibition In/Out for which curator and designer Liz Diller thought the Sin Centre was integral.