Artist's mother's house foundation had cracked due to a shifted cliff. It was an emergency situation to repair the cliff and secure the house. At the end, 42 rebar pins were drilled to secure the foundation to the bedrock.
This house, Bee's House, marked the 30th home in the artist's life, and remodeling it was central to her graduate thesis. The idea of the house secured by giant hat pins jumped into her studio practice. She's working on connecting it to her Earthquake works.
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