A House Unbuilt / HUB
A House UnBuilt was a durational performance/archive project that explored the role of the subjective voice in an increasingly objective-centered society. It focused on the relationship between the cultivation of space and the capacity to feel and value one’s own voice. In the context of this work, the term “space” refers to an expansion of physical, temporal and intellectual constraints, and “voice” refers to the literal and figurative voice or view of an individual. This project reflects on writings from the fields of anthropology, performance, and visual culture in conjunction with an archive of daily encounters that I observed in my life. In the end, I believe the project addresses the accumulation and engagement of an archive as a valuable tool that resolves anxieties between the individual and society.