Twenty Five Hours
is a site-specific installation of paintings and prints at the Brooklyn Bridge Park. The project conceptually draws from data about the Brooklyn waterfront and East River tides.
Select information was culled from diverse sources including tidal charts and predictions, historical archives, books, websites and news articles. Using methods of painting, drawing, silkscreening, digital manipulation and erasure, the collected materials were reinterpreted into Concrete Poetry.
The works distort and merge the components of data visualization, book formatting and geo-ethnography. Twenty Five Hours
authors impractical infographics - offering only traces - of place, time, and dwelling.
Currently on view / April 24th - June 19th, 2017
Brooklyn Bridge Park
(99 Plymouth St)