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Terrazzo: Laurel Beckman

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Uploaded on Jan 20, 2009

Terrazzo spins an open-ended tale of sidewalks, shelter, and shooting for the sky. The Hollywood Walk of Fame, with its terrazzo patterns in black and white and pink (stars), is the grounding of the piece. The infamous sidewalk uneasily welcomes incongruous users- those with dreams of celebrity, and those looking for a place to sleep. The animation imagines a 3D shelter built from the pink terrazzo star that takes on a cardboard lining or insulation. The immediate association is of humble street shelters scrapped together from cardboard. The 3D shelter spins in a sequence of naturally occurring light phenomena in the sky, gains a skylight, sheds its cardboard lining and finally, shoots itself off into the sky.

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