Steel and fabric installation by Alison Dilworth and Ryan Hinkel on the roof of a medical building on Lancaster Ave, Philadelphia, PA. “Regard” was a shrine built to honor the mothers and children who were abused and killed by the infamous doctor Kermit Gosnell, after the FBI shut down his office; he was convicted of multiple murders after this installation was made.
Photo: Ryan Hinkel
Hand painted definition of the word ‘regard’, dropped from the corner of Kermit Gosnell’s building beneath steel and fabric installation by Ryan Hinkel and Alison Dilworth - a shrine to commemorate the lives lost and damaged in this building.
A shrine built for baby Ash, who died at 3 months old and will forever be held by his beautiful parents and the community surrounding them.
Photo: Birdie Busch
Mother and Child (detail)
Sterling silver, wood, photograph and painted elements.
Part of a shrine to birth trauma and emergence.
Fall to Flight
Installation of approximately 600 origami swallows suspended in the sanctuary of Broad Street Ministry; the prayers of the homeless population and other members of the community were written on each paper before they were folded into birds. Displayed alongside Dayton Castleman’s “Tilting at Giants” windmill installation.
Photo Credit: Gregory Carafelli
No Sloppy Crop Circles
Human hair embroidered on silk in old wood and paper matchbox.