Collaboration with Dave Kemp.
A model of the summit of Tunnel Mountain made of paper-covered wire. Data was gathered by flagging arbitrary points (trees, bushes, rocks) on the mountain, and then counting and recording the paces from one point to another. The wires were cut to appropriate lengths and assembled. The mountain's form emerges as a result of the wires being the correct lengths.
Created and presented at the Analogous Fields: Art and Science residency at the Banff Centre, May - June 2009.