This piece is originally organized in an array, the width of the railroad tracks, its colors partly informed by the colors of the railroads that once operated here and the signs that once guided its users. Hammered into the earth, the installation recalls the sounds present at the railroad’s creation, the labor of the men and women who made their livelihoods here.
Christopher Bivins is an experienced designer in Cooper Carry’s Education Studio. As both a project architect and project manager, Bivins has worked extensively on classroom buildings, student learning centers, student centers and dormitories. He acted as project architect on the recently completed $50 million Tate Student Center Renovation and Expansion and the $32 million Zell B. Miller Learning Center.