On Thursday we had the official unveiling of the Center's wall at the New Bedford Art Museum! We opened with the Social Justice Hero Portrait project, and Mark Kayanja who inspired the installation gave a very moving speech about why he thinks people who do social justice work are important.
As part of the Fine Art Faculty Show on main campus, I created this installation about being present in the moment. It comes from a much larger body of work which includes all kinds of documents of my life. This excerpt is called Part II 2006-2013: Times when the people are absent, actually when I was the absent person. Thanks to the gallery attendents for helping to recoil the rope after people check-out the binoculars.