2006, earth, wood, twine. 8’ x 100’ x 6’ Akerby Sculpture Park, Bergslagen, Sweden. Iron mining had been the most important element of the history of this place. It had disappeared in the early 20th century. I excavated into the sides of the ravine and constructed two shafts emerging from the landscape. I built a bridge over the stream in the center. There are seats built into the shafts about 2/3-way into the structures. There is a slight curve to the forms. From the seats you cannot see the person in the other side. You can carry on a conversation across the ravine in a normal voice. A person outside the structure cannot hear the conversation.