Exposition was an exploration of topophilic mourning, a materialization of the grieving of geographical location. All objects in the installation were foraged from the construction site of the Expo Line, a train which connects downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean. It’s fabrication destroyed a site embedded within my personal history; a monument of my adolsence, an overlooked plot of land which served as a refuge from the peripheral chaos of the city. Construction rubble, sediment, and plants were all collected from the site in order to erect an a zen garden, an amalgamation of materials arranged in homage to the site which lent a decade of solace.