Designed and Fabricated at Aarhus, Denmark with Alexander Carlsen
Photos Courtesy of Rabea Gonnsen and Robert B. Trempe Jr.


The Rosetta Stone project is a series of mappings conducted on an area on the west coast of the island of Anholt, Denmark. These mappings included registrations of perception of physical and ephemeral boundaries over a wide range of time periods. One mapping was translated into a mahogany wood block that used a ball-end mill, whose position and depth was reliant on the points of perceived clarity and proximity of boundary on the specified site.