Georges Island, Boston
Sites of historical significance like Fort Warren are liminal spaces traversed with multiple temporalities and ambiences. They echo with historical, mythic, and pedestrian memory. What would it mean to allow the temporal reverberations of Fort Warren to move the body? What sensations, affects, and specters would rise to the surface of perception through the performance of slowness in the interior spaces of Fort Warren? What if the vibrant stillness inside the fort was made present?
Photos by Nabil Vega