The artist reinvestigates the physical relocation of Denny Hill, the leveling of landmass in the early 1900s that reshaped the geography and economy of Seattle. An undulating topography of handmade sheetrock bricks stretched wall-to-wall, contrasting the raw earth sluiced from Denny Hill into Elliott Bay. A series of narrow pathways cut through the surging topography requiring the viewer to physically navigate within the space. Catalogue, essay by Sara Marcus.
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