Christopher DeLaurenti: Wallingford Food Bank

WED, May 2, 2012
2:30–4 pm

Fourth Floor

Arika describes this program as follows:

Wallingford Food Bank is a testimony to poverty from Christopher DeLaurenti’s own experiences, and an invitation to engage with an all too typical situation and context through a kind of imaginary listening.

"Dead broke in 2004, I stretched my meager income with multiple visits to the local food bank. Remembering that hard work and money often remain incongruent, I collected site recordings, interviews, and surreptitious microphone captures into my testimony of poverty, Wallingford Food Bank."—Christopher DeLaurenti

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