|When I Was Eighty
Wood, water, fabric, embroidered text, silk, reeds, projected images, constructed shoes, river stones, wire, paint, sand.
An interactive space exploring issues of cultural identity, specifically around women and aging. The space took the form of a tent that housed several reflecting pools. In the pools were the stories of women who were interviewed for the project. As well, stories were embroidered onto the walls of the space. Images were projected onto the walls and water, which were a tribute to the many positive aspects of aging.
Co-Designed and Constructed by Tori Ralston, Mina Ogawa, Judith Maybe
Exhibited at the M.A.E.P. Gallery, Minneapolis Art Institute, Minneapolis, MN