Tag Archives: Home is something I carry with me
Here is an article written by Simon Hodgson for the California College of the Art’s Alumni News site about my Philadelphia project and the overlap of working as an artist and organizer. Read it here.
Home is something I carry with me was featured in Art Practical’s Issue 21: Best Of: Year One. Art Practical critic, Elyse Mallouk named the exhibition the “Best Use of Private Space for Public Purposes.” Her review focused specifically the … Continue reading
This essay was featured in the exhibition catalogue for Home is something I carry with me and later published in Art Practical, Issue 2 “Nomads and Residents.“ Home is something in a state of perpetual motion. Through the repetition of … Continue reading
Here are a few installation shots from Home is something I carry with me. The openings, film screening and various events were wonderful. Many people came to view the houses turned galleries. Thank you to everyone involved: artists, collaborators, funders, … Continue reading
Another interview about Home is something I carry with me. Mission Local journalist, Alissa Figueroa and I toured through both home galleries and talked about the exhibition, as well as housing politics in New Orleans and San Francisco. Figueroa also … Continue reading
Bay Area arts writer, Danielle Sommer interviewed me about the exhibition Home is something I carry with me for KQED’s Art Spark. We talked about my background and the influences that led me to create this project, as well as … Continue reading
Home is something I carry with me is an alternative art exhibition and film screening featuring over forty local Bay Area artists whose work interrogates the concept of home. For one weekend, two homes in San Francisco’s Mission District will … Continue reading