House Party: A Parade to Find Home
       
     
 Sculpture detail for “Apartment Building, Far Rockaway”.
       
     
 Lining up outside before installing in the gallery.
       
     
 “Tree, Ravensbrück” performer dances in the gallery on the way to installation.
       
     
House Party: A Parade to Find Home
       
     
House Party: A Parade to Find Home

Tribeca Neighborhood. New York, New York. 2017.

Parade ran approximately 40 min.

A wanderer’s sanctuary resides in memory. This New Orleans-style parade featured a menagerie of the artist’s most cherished buildings from across the globe. Performers, participants, and a marching band from disparate communities were chosen for their significance in the artist’s life. Parading began at the Hudson waterfront in New York City and proceeded through Tribeca before culminating in a gallery where the house hats danced to respective installation spots one-by-one. Each building was paired in display with a story explaining its significance. By turning architectural memory into a mask, the procession carried a peripatetic reality of home.

 Sculpture detail for “Apartment Building, Far Rockaway”.
       
     

Sculpture detail for “Apartment Building, Far Rockaway”.

 Lining up outside before installing in the gallery.
       
     

Lining up outside before installing in the gallery.

 “Tree, Ravensbrück” performer dances in the gallery on the way to installation.
       
     

“Tree, Ravensbrück” performer dances in the gallery on the way to installation.