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Ground Floor - Carpet, rubber, and gypsum powder; 50”x32” 44”x40” and 39”x33”; 2009.
Mimics the fluid qualities of natural earth by its ability to change topography over time in response to external forces. Ground Floor is constructed with a sealed membrane of rubber sheet filled with powdered gypsum. As foot traffic happens over a specific area, a memory of that path is recorded as the filler material erodes away from and collects elsewhere creating an ever changing 3-dimensional surface.
Ground Floor - Carpet, rubber, and gypsum powder; 50”x32” 44”x40” and 39”x33”; 2009.
Mimics the fluid qualities of natural earth by its ability to change topography over time in response to external forces. Ground Floor is constructed with a sealed membrane of rubber sheet filled with powdered gypsum. As foot traffic happens over a specific area, a memory of that path is recorded as the filler material erodes away from and collects elsewhere creating an ever changing 3-dimensional surface.
Ground Floor - Carpet, rubber, and gypsum powder; 50”x32” 44”x40” and 39”x33”; 2009.
Mimics the fluid qualities of natural earth by its ability to change topography over time in response to external forces. Ground Floor is constructed with a sealed membrane of rubber sheet filled with powdered gypsum. As foot traffic happens over a specific area, a memory of that path is recorded as the filler material erodes away from and collects elsewhere creating an ever changing 3-dimensional surface.
Ground Floor - Carpet, rubber, and gypsum powder; 50”x32” 44”x40” and 39”x33”; 2009.
Mimics the fluid qualities of natural earth by its ability to change topography over time in response to external forces. Ground Floor is constructed with a sealed membrane of rubber sheet filled with powdered gypsum. As foot traffic happens over a specific area, a memory of that path is recorded as the filler material erodes away from and collects elsewhere creating an ever changing 3-dimensional surface.
Ground Floor - Carpet, rubber, and gypsum powder; 50”x32” 44”x40” and 39”x33”; 2009.
Mimics the fluid qualities of natural earth by its ability to change topography over time in response to external forces. Ground Floor is constructed with a sealed membrane of rubber sheet filled with powdered gypsum. As foot traffic happens over a specific area, a memory of that path is recorded as the filler material erodes away from and collects elsewhere creating an ever changing 3-dimensional surface.
Ground Floor
Charles Heydinger
Designer and Educator Savannah, GA