NOVEMBER 11th, 2017
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, USA
LED BY Annie Albagli
Walkshop #3 “Power on our Periphery” was led by Annie Albagli on November 11th, 2017, from 2-5 pm. Power is often invisible; its systems, infrastructure, and what it controls. Annie’s Walkshop began at PGandE’s POPO from where we walked to a former Hunter’s Point Power Plant. During our walk we talked through and thought about how systems of power have shaped our experiences of San Francisco, specially on the edge of our city. As part of this we also listened to stories of residents who live on the edge and whose personal histories and experiences of this city were influenced and shaped by various forms of power.
Annie Albagli is a video-based installation artist. Her installations form loosely woven experiential narratives in hopes of better understanding our relationship to one another and our environment. Her work has been exhibited in the Art Museum of the Americas, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Anderson Gallery, Fort Mason Center for the Arts, among others. Annie has recently attended residencies at Oberpfälzer Künstlerhaus, A-Z West, Djerassi, and This Will Take Time.
Location: Pacific Gas & Electric Building, 77 Beale St, San Francisco, CA 94105, Endpoint: Heron’s Head Park
Start Time: 2pm
Duration: approx. 3 hours
Equipment: Journal, notebook, camera or related recording devices
Photography by Minoosh Zomorodinia and Astrid Kaemmerling