Geographies of Trash
Geographies of Trash was funded by the University of Michigan Taubman College Research on the City.

Project Team:
El Hadi Jazairy + Rania Ghosn
Ben Hagenhoffer, Christina Kull, Hans Papke, Jonathan Puff, Aaron Weller

Liberty Annex, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

The Geographies of Trash installation was exhibited at the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning Liberty Research Annex, November 16 – December 16, 2012. The five projects - Cap, Collect, Contain, Preserve, and Form- form the sides of an 6x6x6 feet cube installation. Representing the scale of the township, each side of the cube hosts a satellite image of context printed on acrylic, an aluminum etching of the site of concern, and a yellow resin cast model of the proposed project. By making trash visible and formal, the project aspires to engage both disciplinary and public debates on waste systems.

Installation Details:
Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 6 feet
Materials: 3/8 inches steel rods, acrylic panels, aluminum panel, resin.