2006, Skowhegan ME:
As part of a one week micro-residency conceived and built by artist Jason Mortara, I modified one of the outer walls of the structure to accommodate an 8×10 polaroid-pinhole camera. Pointing inward, the conversion transformed the small room into a photo-booth. In the sprit of the project’s name, during the several minute exposure, sitters (prompted by a short text) were asked to contemplate the nature of dreaming and dreams. Later, after a summer of hosting participants, the building was ceremonially burned.