The Hungarian Project, 2015
The Hungarian Project, 2015 Artist in Residence, Hungarian Multicultural Center, Involves general and personal historical research concerning Jewish and Romani (Gypsy) migration narratives. This body of visual and written productivity accomplished through memory work and visual biography address my experienced and genetic past.
I will spend the month of June 2015 in Hungary as a guest of the Hungarian Multicultural Center doing an International Artists Residency. Part of my family are Hungarian and Russian; and Jewish and perhaps Roma (Gypsy) I believe that my time there will impart visceral information that I cannot learn from reading.