Elizabeth Riley
On the right below, FUTURE HOME is spelled out in video stills, asking a question – the what or how of a personal or collective "future home." On the left is artwork by early participants, and drawing and writing by participants during the run of the show.

FUTURE HOME Installation and Participatory Wall
2014; A project for the exhibition "Inhabiting Ten Eyck" at Storefront Ten Eyck, Brooklyn NY, a show of site-specific projects, curated by Karin Bavin
Video stills inkjet-printed on clear film, acrylic sheets, styrene, inkjet-printed letters on roll paper, art work by early participants and writing and drawing by participants during the show
96 x 60 x 420"

To Early Contributors to the Participatory Wall:
Becky Brown, Mary DeVincentis Herzog, Mike Gardner, Fred Gutzeit, Kylie Heidenheimer, Molly Heron, Ruth Hardinger, Dana Kane, Leslie Kerby, Katherine Powers, Carol Radsprecher, Pam Rogers, Linda Stillman, Joyce Yamada and Jayoung Yoon.

To Makers of Containers for Color Pencils, Crayons & Markers:
Santina Amato, Fred Gutzeit, Luiza Kurzyna and Barbara Lubliner
FUTURE HOME Installation & Participatory Wall
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