Keller Easterling

Floor.dwg, the diagram seen here, does not depict the dream of omnidirectional movement in a utopian transportation scheme. Most of the graphics, lovingly engineered by multiple authors, were found on autocad exchange networks (where drawings with titles like “do not delete.dwg,” “Elks club parking lot.dwg,” or “Andrew.dwg.” wait in the hopes of someday being useful). In Floor.dwg, fleets of existing vehicles—released from their obsessive logistical chores—are introduced onto a common horizontal surface. Their simple repertoires coexist to meet new responsibilities and logics. With loud graphic patterns, the readable floor indulges in an exuberant, even silly, display.