Here—There, There—Here was a five-foot-wide, two-mile-long roll of white felt, unrolled in a dry lake bed. Its surface was interrupted by a series of triangular volumes of various size and dimension that shift the scale from the monumental to the human. The volumes invited actions—to sit against, to measure with, to get inside of, to touch—while the line was traversed.
A guide to the piece was designed by Benjamin Critton and given out on site.
Kristin Dickson of Rowena Sartin designed the wearable.