Graphic notations of the movement of both people and water were choreographed together. These notations were later inscribed on the landscape.
Serial sections of the proposed path along Meadow Creek, which shows the reciprocal interaction of people and water.
A study of slopes showing the negotiation between historic and contemporary topography and water. Significant alteration of the terrain to accommodate roads, buildings and athletic fields has drastically alter the course of water.
A series of representational sections at the Nameless Field reveals its transition from a clay mining site for brick, to a human made pond, and to its current state as a field.