On Hope and Ecstasy, a performance as part of Storefront Plaza, curated by Nate Page at Machine Project, 2012. Pulling from Emma Goldman's writings on anarchism as well as her epic love letters, the reading enmeshes Goldman's political and romantic passions, and reconsiders the seduction of ideology, the promise of utopia, and the courageous vulnerability of being in love.
The installation consisted of a podium painted to match Nate Page's sculptural intervention at Machine Project, mirror ball, motors and lights.