Were always leaving,
Always almost arriving;
Never finding home.
When we come untethered from place, we lose our traction on the earth. We float and drift, the still center of a world fracturing and flying around us.
neverhome is a rumination on the act of migration, the experience of displacement, and the impermanence of place in the continually shifting urban fabric. Through a framework of simple aesthetic gestures in movement, narration, music, and visual installation, the work takes audiences on a journey (literally) in pursuit of a new place where they can take root.
Without certainty of perspective or message, neverhome reflects gently on the Middle East refugee crisis, immigration across the southern border, our regions history of westward expansion, and the effects of the Denver metros current torrent of emigration. It also incorporates imagery of bird migrations, wilderness travel, and the simple human companionship. Through crystaline moments of flying and floating, the journey embraces the experience of transience of both place and self.
NOTE: Tickets available AT DOOR ONLY starting 1 hour before each tour.
Museum of Contemporary Art (View)
1485 Delgany Street
Denver, CO 80211
|Minimum Age: 0|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|