These 3D prints of photogrammetry scans of the pavement tiles of two suburban neighborhoods in Plovdiv were taken in 2019 when the city was the European Capital of Culture.
I herborized the broken tiles as a document of the places and problems that are easily solved, but society ignores them. Pavement bumps annoy many of the residents of these neighborhoods but are not the main problem. Broken tiles, muddy pools, and patchy pavement happen to be a great challenge for people in wheelchairs, immobile elders, and mothers with baby strollers. Corrupted infrastructure limits them to the borders of their living spaces and neighborhoods, and they become invisible.
40х40х10 , PLA 3D print, photogrammetry
6 imprints of pavement fragments, each with size 7 x 7 cm