Drawing on the industrial history of Spy Pond, I created a meandering tunnel made of sections of recycled plastic hula-hoops sheathed with crinkled cellophane paper tubes to mimic ice.Ice harvesting shaped the Spy Pond of the nineteenth century, and shipping brought a local railroad and a large warehouse to its shore. Today, the site offers a park and a playground, and the railroad tracks have been turned into a bicycle path. This "ice tunnel" stands both as a visual conduit connecting two eras and functions and also refers to our blind tunnel vision in dealing with global warming and the melting of ice caps. Read an article on the exhibit in Arlington Wicked Local, here. Exhibit flyer and details here.