> House on Limekiln Line
> Limekiln Grid
> Nathan Phillips Square
> Dublin Grounds of Remembrance
> Peripheral Sitings
> Topophilia
> Clouds, Vortices & Plumes
> Exothermic Landscape
> Drawing Energy 1
> Drawing Energy 2
> Drawing Energy 3
> Fill, Flow, Track on the Isle of Rum
> Digital Ecologies: Contamination

> Retooling Cockenzie Power Station
> Sand, Silt, Salt, Water
> Streamlining Models
> Streamlined Models
> Thermal Plume Models


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Limekiln Grid | Site Installation | 2008-2009
The Limekiln Grid tracks shifting topographies of the House on Limekiln Line site. Scale is difficult to judge due to a topographic dip in the middle of the site, which collapses foreground into background. A 25 meter grid of 110 3.5 meter high steel poles became landmarks for registering scale and collecting topographic data. There are multiple topographies on the site, the rise and fall of the land, the spring and summer crops, and the winter snowbanks and drifts. These four topographies: earth, snow, crops and wind, were drawn using spot elevations taken at each pole. Credits: Installation: Nick Treanor, Zach Treanor | Topography Drawings: Xuhong Zheng, Jamie Henry