Within the gallery, a curtain divides the room to create an inaccessible space from which items protrude. The sculpture, with its discarded materials and color, make reference to the immigrant body or the "other." Like a burial site, the installation offers the opportunity to examine, honor, and contemplate the personal history contained within a public space. On October 2 during the preview of UBS 12 x 12: New Artists/New Work at First Fridays, the artist and a group of performers emerged from the interior of the installation and began a procession through the main floor of the museum. This moving sculpture carved out space in the crowd, distinguishing the performers from the community around them. Making reference to the various starts and stops used in the timing of parades, their collective gestures and slow pace created a distinct collective social identity that refused to be subsumed by the larger group.