White Wall is a bamboo screen and performance space that formalizes the invisible socio-economic obstructions to museum accessibility. This piece seeks to take the architectural conditions of the Radeke Building and redefine them as a platform for discussion, demonstration, and contact. Intervention art as well as institutional critique, this project offers scaffolding for others to join the conversation. White Wall was selected for the 2017 Dorner Prize.

Collaboration with Cam Kucera and Vuthy Lay.

We wrote an article for the 2017 College Hill Independent and the piece was also cited in the book Why Art Museums?