Miguel Arzabe’s sightlines is an exploration of sites encircling San Francisco’s once-tallest building, the iconic Transamerica Pyramid. Arzabe traces sightlines to the Pyramid from various locations satisfying three conditions: They 1) are accessible by foot on public lands; 2) sit at equal elevation to the tower’s apex; and 3) have an unobstructed line of sight. From this map Arzabe conceived a codex composed of interlocking concrete tablets. He lead trips to the sites where he has embeded these tablets into the earth .

Read more about the Sightlines: Q and A, interview by Arianne Gelardin, StoreFrontLab, 2014