Worn remnants of the wooden piers in the Hudson River

This is an Address I, II

2019 | film/video and installation

A two-channel video installation that features trans activist Sylvia Rivera and looks at mutual care, queer sites, and the redevelopment of Manhattan’s Hudson Waterfront (Lenape territory). The films consider world making and un-making in relation to the ongoing and entangled impact of HIV/AIDS and gentrification of New York City.

Currently on view at the Brooklyn Museum through December 2019, and in the Museum’s permanent collection.