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ELEVATED PRAIRIE | 2004 | Austin, Texas
       
     
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ELEVATED PRAIRIE | 2004 | Austin, Texas
       
     
ELEVATED PRAIRIE | 2004 | Austin, Texas

Elevated Prairie is an elevated fingerprint-shaped labyrinth of 30-inch high Corten steel planters is planted with wild blackland prairie, allowing visitors to momentarily enter the space of this once vast wilderness. Also a meditation on the front lawn, referencing mowing patterns, this contemporary baroque parterre transforms with the seasons.

Medium: Corten steel, native grasses and flowers, copper, berm lawn.
Dimensions: 4’ x 300’ x 30’ (approx 1/8 acre)
Site: Central/East Austin Police Station and Forensics Lab, Austin Texas.
Client(s): Austin Art in Public Places, Austin Police Dept.
Budget: $140,000.00

 

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LLL_EP_Springdale_SS.jpg