It was a super fun experiment to install this piece in a new space in a new way. I worked with the wonderful staff at the Zanesville Museum to layout the piece in a way that complimented their specific space. In addition to the piece taking on a new format in a this new space, I got the chance to work back into the details of the piece and make some improvements and additions that I didn't have time for in the first installation. Most of these improvements where to what I call the "landscaping" on these pieces: the elements that add character to the landscape around the houses. I expanded the landforms around several houses, and customized many sets of staircases and fencing. A couple houses also received updates to their slatting and roofing. If you have a chance to check it out in Zanesville I hope it's worth your while.
You can check out images of it's first showing at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts in 2016 here.