Drowning Debris

Utalizing virtual reality program, Gravity Sketch, it gave us the opportunity to mold and virtually create objects with our hands that we have seen in varies churches across Europe. We questioned the notion of gravity early in the process. While designing our first columns, organizing them from ground to sky felt absurd in the absence of both.  

We spotlighted three elements: the column, the chain, and the debris. As one progresses through the assortment of elements, the columns begin to scatter and dissolve. The chain thus links these elements, acting as an opposing force to the thick columns. Under tension, they keep  them in a coherent whole, resisting the entropy of a world under expansion.

Critic: Karin Sander @ ETH Zurich

2017 — Frogtown, Los Angeles