Under the methodologies of Land Arts of the American West, we were asked to consider the way in which we travel through space, not merely our destination. As I explored the site of the Ben Franklin Bridge, I was struck by the concentration of motion it facilitates and began to ponder the impossibility of stillness within the territory of the bridge. As I traversed the pedestrian walkway, waves of vibration engulfed the bridge and flooded my body.
The physical impact of locomotion.
Trembling seems to symbolize a larger scope of impact that transportation development has on the earth. It extends a physical trace of that exchange between the built environment and the individual, beckoning awareness.