Listening through the window
to the world outside our space
Open, but not quite public yet.
We're still in a place of going inward.
An adult says to a child as they walk by,
"plants and animals die too . . . "
Chasing the solemnity of the sunset down the street,
the light installation in the front window is dimming for the night
Can open space clear the mind?
Can a neutral palette have an anti-spasmodic effect on the body in contrast to our over-stimulated environments in our schools?
What does a surveillance window (behind the table) invite for our site-specific work?
Chairs for listening to the outside world seeping in through the windows.
Students scream with delight.
Spring break is here.