Today I Saw
Inspired by Gertrude Stein’s poem “What Do I See,” this installation at the Milton Art Bank combined sound, text, video, and social practice to reimagine the town of Milton, Pennsylvania, through the lenses of its residents and in relation to a global currency of sounds and sights. "Today I Saw" created an archive of local sights juxtaposed with foreign sources. Sound recordings of town residents describing sights were dispersed across Milton and assembled into a poem in the gallery. Visitors were invited to deposit their own site-specific sights, contributing to the archive.