Everything for Everyone at Once, 2005
Poured-in-place rubberized surface, unpunched aluminum plank, asphalt
16 x 44 feet at grade
location: Franconia Sculpture Park, Minnesota
'Everything for Everyone at Once,' a 16' x 44' rectangle of beige rubberized surface with a one-foot aluminum perimeter, sits on a slip of land between a parking lot, an interstate highway, an outdoor storage area, a service road, and Franconia Sculpture Park in Minnesota, for which the piece was made. Taking cue from the physical site, which exists in a perpetual state of in-between, as well as the peculiar Scandinavian heritage of the American Midwest, 'Everything for Everyone at Once' approaches generality as a positive, identifiable quality. It aims, paradoxically, to be specifically generic. The project is a collaboration with Daniel Bouthot.