Chelsea, MA | 2005
Salt stockpiles are constantly carved and rebuilt throughout the year in response to weather demands. The changing size and shape of the piles is like a constructed barometer in the landscape. For a one year period, we installed light projections that amplified the communicative characteristics of the salt pile landscape. The light morphed with the changing geometry of the pile, making the kinetic nature of the pile more apparent as simple messages and patterns would distort, disappear and re-appear.