During the spring of 2016 I began working on a collaboration with Troels Steenholdt Heiredal based on various construction sites in Long Island City within walking distance from our home.

We sought out sites that were pouring concrete foundations and asked if we could gather a bucket of wet concrete to pour into make-shift forms at the edge of the construction site. The form-works were made out of materials in the immediate surroundings: a plastic bag, a stone, the wooden barrier, the curb, a light post. The result was a series of small-scale concrete objects that were imprints of the site during a particular moment and place in Long Island City’s development.

During the spring of 2016 I began working on a collaboration with Troels Steenholdt Heiredal based on various construction sites in Long Island City within walking distance from our home.

We sought out sites that were pouring concrete foundations and asked if we could gather a bucket of wet concrete to pour into make-shift forms at the edge of the construction site. The form-works were made out of materials in the immediate surroundings: a plastic bag, a stone, the wooden barrier, the curb, a light post. The result was a series of small-scale concrete objects that were imprints of the site during a particular moment and place in Long Island City’s development.