7-28-2017 Performed at PØST LOS ANGELES, curated by Gary Brewer. I wore my blue gas station uniform, while hand washing 2 pairs of blue jeans and 3 uniform shirts . Family laundry was washed with a mixture of Olive oil soap (home-made in Lebanon).
During the washing I sang a daughter's lullaby by historical singer Fairuz also present in the short film.
Adjacent to the performance is a short film inside of a 36" x 36" blue wooden box . The film is set in a blue hut on the beach El Minye, Lebanon. The two girls are playing family labor roles, emulating their fisherman father. Gathering fish, skinning and gutting the fish, and pounding garlic for a large feast.