Hammer Projects artist Rob Fischer draws from his long history of documenting the American roadside in photos, sculptures and video, to develop this multimedia performance that uses the highway and the mythology of the American road trip as the structure for examining the idea that movement can lead to freedom. The performance is a collaboration with Rob Fischer, Sara Woster, Kraig Jarret Johnson, Sophie Goodhart, Jim Woster, and others that incorporates a six-minute film, live musical performances, projected images, and sculpture.
In conjunction with the exhibition Hammer Projects: Rob Fischer.
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