Works > Another Brief History of the Sunset

Another Brief History of the Sunset, focuses on a local scale of introspection, research and connectivity to meditate on and discuss broader issues of inclusion, adaptation and intersectionality.

In a small neighborhood in the outerlands of San Francisco, this work uses the language of biology and ecosystems to discuss community, gentrification, displacement and immigration.

This project explores the interplay of native species endemic to the Outersunset and and non native species that have made it home, using this interplay as a way explore and complicate conceptions of gentrification, colonialism, xenophobia and intersectionality.

Another Brief history of the Sunset was an installation that evolved over a three month residency at Irving Street Projects.