This Home We Share, a 25 foot accordion book installation, with accompanying materials, was so exuberantly received, I’m still sorta buzzing from it. The comments and responses were well beyond what I’d hoped–enough to make me sorta-wanna tackle part 2 of the story, if not parts 2 & 3. Telling a story without words presents all kinds of pretzel-brain challenges, and makes you think about things differently–gotta love that. Anyway, here are a few shots of the installation; wish I’d taken some shots of the opening but I was a little busy 😉
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