End of Boom is a single-camera piece that is part of the 600 Fairbanks project. End of Boom refers to the source camera mounted at the end of the horizontal boom on the tower crane, which is constantly rotating over the construction site resulting in a work of disorientating intimacy. 600 North Fairbanks is designed by architect Helmut Jahn.

The variables at play expand to include altitude and scale, and are just as quickly re-compressed into video-memory. There are no milestones for progress or completion and the distance dissolves any sense of the construction’s stage. Time and perspective are contained in an unassuming box of mild steel on the floor, presenting an aerial view at your feet where growth occurs fluidly, both forwards and backwards.