katarina jerinic
studies in geology
proposals for...(temporary projects)
one step is 3.6 million miles
about
collaborations and contributions
sidewalk drawings
SIDEWALK DRAWINGS
signs and landmarks
the limits of topography
SIGNS AND LANDMARKS
THE LIMITS OF TOPOGRAPHY
neighborhood maps
here and there
erratic monument
VISITOR CENTER FOR ERRATIC MONUMENTS
HERE AND THERE
NEIGHBORHOOD MAPS
STREET SIGNS BECAME FLAGS THAT MARK MOUNTAINTOPS

Street Signs Became Flags That Mark Mountaintops
collaboration with Chad Stayrook
2013
Inkjet prints, HD video, paper, map pins, wood, mailbox, vinyl fence, artificial
turf and plant, taxidermied squirrel, magnifying glasses, found objects
Installation view in the Project Room at BRIC House, Brooklyn, NY

In 2012, Katarina Jerinic and Chad Stayrook trekked to ten “summits” across New York City – Summit Street, Summit Avenue, Summit Court, Summit Place, and Summit Road – spanning five boroughs and 100 miles in one continous trip. Sidewalks were explored as terra incognita; street signs became flags that mark mountaintops; the city grid was re-organized into a series of monumental natural destinations. Their installation in BRIC’s Project Room elaborated on this urban expedition through photographs, videos and sculptures and expands on the idea through a series of curated lectures exploring the urban landscape through methods more commonly used to study the natural world.

 

beautification this sit
BEAUTIFICATION THIS SITE
STREET SIGNS BECAME FLAGS THAT MARK MOUNTAINTOPS

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