The Shrine of Clean - Brick Wash
Located in C Street
The "brick wash” was originally titled “materials worship." My focus was to show my appreciation for rough and raw materials in their minimally processed state. And also to highlight their values characteristics. I wound up only using real masonry bricks and spongy upholstery foam. I made facsimile foam bricks that squished between the real masonry bricks that are pivoting on bearings. I think the final effect was successful and pleasing in that you may think that it’s just hard heavy bricks tumbling in the drum. And then you realize they are squishy and light and then you might think they are all squishy and light but then you realize there are three spinning bricks that are solid and hard and heavy.
The Shrine of Clean - Brick Wash Contributors
The credits page is organized by different levels of contribution: Exhibition, Anchor Space or Project.
You’re on a project page within the C Street Anchor Space in the Convergence Station Exhibition.
- Cristofer Brodsky Senior Fabricator
- Charles Tuttle Exhibition Creative Engineer
- Emily Markwiese Technical Integrator
- Jake Snider Lighting Designer
- Joel Bartlett Lead Technical Fabricator
- Joseph Hecker Technical Fabricator
- Joseph Yatsky Production Designer
- Joshua Myers Production Manager
- Kevin Sennott Technical Fabricator