Our Hideout

Spokane, WA (2016)

In the context of the wild world we live in, what would it look like to make a place that's all your own, special and separate from the daily woes? How would it feel to build that safe space with a group of peers? How much of working together is play, how much is compromise? This work, created while in residence at Laboratory Spokane in November 2016 was an exploration into co-creation and collaboration at the Richmond Art Collective Gallery. Participants worked together to create new hideouts for safety and joy amidst the mess of living. In short, they made some really cool forts. 

artist, in the gallery, participatory


Fort Logs