Red Mountain Wall


2010 | 96" x 96" x 60" | dirt, water, steel, wood, electrics

Red Mountain Wall

Water drips down the wall, eroding its surface. The muddy water mixture is deposited onto a steel floor, slowly corroding the metal.

Red Mountain Wall

The slow process of destruction continues.

Water builds are the base of the wall along with mud it has washed away.

The water and mud slowly corrode the steel panels.

The wall is double sided. One side faces out the gallery window.

There is a story to both sides of a wall, much as there are two stories to the two different sides of Red Mountain in Birmingham, Alabama. One side of the mountain has thrived since the early days of the iron boom, while the other has been home to working class Birmingham.