Explore invisible public spaces around Baltimore Clayworks while collecting Shards of Site to be integrated into a collective mosaic plaque in the gallery!
Mount Washington Wander was a New Public Sites walking tour of poetic and absurd spaces around Baltimore Clayworks. Including Seclusion Acres, Pastoral Islands, a Threshold Tunnel and an Enlightened Elevation – the tour took a distinct route through the Sub/Urban ambiguity of the Mt Washington Mill Complex. Along the way we collected Shards of Site, which are pavement found souvenirs serving as mementos of place. Back at the gallery we collectively attached our Shards to the Mount Washington Shards of Site plaque hanging in the gallery.
Mount Washington Wander took place on June 6, 2015 and was commissioned for the Baltimore Clayworks show, Putting the Pieces Together, curated by Sarah McCann.