Karen Brummond | 2010

In this installation, a photograph of the Huff House was placed on a warehouse from the 1950s that stands on the earlier Huff family property.

Over time, this historical photograph deteriorated and fell off. As the two-dimensional representation of the past intermingled with the three-dimensional building, the installation revealed imaginative, abstract, and fresh ways to see the story of this community. As we look forward to a prosperous and generous city, this temporary public artwork considered what is gained and lost through time.

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