Resisting preconception, we embrace the unexpected.
On thirty acres erased at a river’s edge, concepts emerge charged with rhythm, measure, agency. Projects thread intertwined territories of information and urban vision with aggregated intimacy. The complexity of simultaneous, essential scales renders single optimizing models inadequate. Meaning and value are localized and highly responsive to stimuli. Within the work, environmental toxins of all definitions instigate new forms of resourcefulness. Liberated through constraint, a forest emerges within calibrated porosity. Ecologies of consumption fuel the expanded, shared territories of overlapping urban existence.
Karla Rothstein, critic. Jennifer Preston, TA