Using Turn‐Based Press as a base of operation and exhibition venue, artist Nick Gilmore will create a series of impressions of the streets and sidewalks of downtown Miami using a steamroller. Steamrollers are frequently used to create large‐scale relief prints, such as linoleum or wood‐cuts, and the live‐printing of such works are a popular public event. In the case of this artwork, rather than create a relief print from a handcarved block, Gilmore will use the city itself—in this way, the impressions, which will feature a strong emboss, will tell the narrative of the place as it exists that very moment. A rutted road or cracked sidewalk takes on a different presence when transformed into a form impressed into paper. This Paper Pavement will then be displayed as a record and reflection of a city on the cusp of transformation.