Laundry: 2009
The political is personal. The economic crisis has made amateur economists of all of us, which gives new meaning to the term home economics.

In addition to the current economic crisis, the installation makes reference to money laundering, the usually invisible and unpaid labor of women, and the relativity of the value of money and labor across national borders. Specifically, the installation questions easy assumptions about the difference between artistic labor and house labor collapsing the two together, and, by implication, domesticates the museum by foregrounding the hanging laundry (which is normally hidden in the back balcony).