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a building becoming a leaf and vice versa, 2014

28 June 2014


In a building becoming a leaf and vice versa, a rolodex flips between photos of trees with half of each photo erased to reveal paper.  The photographs are a mix of recently planted and older trees in a sequence of youngest to oldest.  The paper flips according to air currents that shift between the architecture of the gallery and the earth’s atmosphere.  Air ducts direct air currents that bring air from the street to the gallery and vice versa.

a building becoming a leaf and vice versa would happen in a gallery with glass walls in order for the shift in air currents between the gallery and the street to become visible but not felt from outside the gallery.


   
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