The Walls Of My Hall is a multichannel video installation referring to the human body as a place to exist—a structure—related to its built environment. The work happens in “selected reality” as bodies are at rest and in calculated motion. The surroundings they inhabit and the furniture they sit upon are radically removed. Stark black, empty spaces still reflect what was once there and what has been erased. An audio soundtrack of live radio broadcast is pumped into the spaces by small radios, an echo of the present world colliding with these suspended people. Although dark and eerie, the piece also reflects a certain sense of humor, a moment of hope that we carry on even when we are represented in real or fictionalized space that is void of support.

Gallery Hours
Sept 04 – Sept 13 . Every Day, 12 – 6:30 pm
Sept 17 – Oct 18 . Thurs – Fri . 12 – 6:30 pm; Sat – Sun . 12 – 4 pm