Dining Room with WorkShirts
denim shirts, printers ink, work apron, conte
After the Glessners left, the house was used for several purposes. At one point it became a print shop. The dining room housed the presses. In this installation, ink stained work shirts were stretched across the room, replacing the cord and stanchions. In the windows were photographs printed on acetate of the room as a prints-shop. On the green work apron is a drawing of a mans' hands pushing a lever.