In the series of time-based drawings of architecture, Brummund first makes a picture of the building. She then digitally enlarges the image to the same scale as the facade. Next, Brummund prints the drawing on sheets of letter-sized office paper. Each sheet has a fragment of the image, and the sheets are hung methodically on the facade like a photocopy. As the performance continues, the image of the window takes shape over the window. The sheets blow in the wind, curl from moisture, and fall off. The image and the facade collage together naturally, creating surprising new ways to see the surface.
316 Waverly Avenue was created at Light Work Gallery for the 35th Annual Light Work Grants in Photography exhibition.