This Way to a Horse of a Different Color, 2010

Signs are a way to communicate and organize the ideas of individual people into collective movements. As part of the Sign Language show at The Whole Gallery, I created my version of a sign outside of the gallery space in a stairwell. This playful installation directed viewers up the stairs to the gallery where a variety of artists depicted the use of signs in their own political or social way, reminding us that the very gesture of art making is radical.

Fabric, yarn, and installation

Curators: Hannah Brancato and Jessie Unterhalter

The Whole Gallery, Baltimore, Maryland