“As a fiber artist, I tell stories through my quilted wall hangings and fabric sculptures. So when I started speaking with homeless New Yorkers, I knew that I had to find a meaningful way to tell their stories through art. That’s how Temporary Shelter was born. Temporary Shelter is an installation piece that takes the shape of a sukkah, also a temporary shelter. Each of the panels tells the story of a homeless individual in one of New York’s faith-based shelters.”
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