Remembering Space

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Drifting between streets and vacant lots, not far in our past is the ghost of a rainforest lush with wet green vegetation. Interacting with this regions change as it claims memories from around you is a constant effort to recall what was.

This mural was painted as a memorial, remembering time, effort and thought. As space transforms it must be recognised, appreciated and honored. One hundred hours was spent painting the floors and walls of this roughly 40.000 square foot warehouse. Using donated and salvaged acrylic paint totalling one hundred gallons. The walls are painted with 20 foot tall letters reading, MAN’S INHUMANITY TO MAN. The design on the floor consists of repeated abstract iconography and spatial geometry.

Photo by Ezra Dickinson