Positional Projects

ON ALL Day 2021 Site UnSawn
Due May 1 2022

After feeling cut off, worn down and reshaped by our experiences the past 14 months, we searched for a positive from the pandemic and were pleased to offer a day of art and public humanities at and around a little known remote ruin - a site impossible for a live group presentation and gathering.
In response to the location, Llano history and recent trauma to the area as a result of the Bobcat Fire in September 2020, Louise Mathias, Tanya Kane-Parry, Marlon D. Sherman and Monique Stevens share new works, installations, iterations and performances.
Through Positional Projects director Karyl Newman's research in private family archives, Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library and UCLA's Special Collections, the event shared the evolution of the location with then and now photographs and oral histories.
We had some other surprises and of course a map!