Spaces From Yesterday:
The Garage
Single channel video
projection, wood, fabric


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Spaces From Yesterday is an exhibition series developed collaboratively between Amy M. Ho and incarcerated artists from San Quentin State Prison. The first installation in this series, The Garage, is a recreation of the garage workspace from the childhood home of Bobby Dean Evans, Jr. The garage was a place where he could retreat from the world and work on his creative endeavors. He would work on his car and motorcycle there. His memories of the garage are filled with the sense of hope and infinite possibility that embodied that time in his life. This recreation honors Evans’ story and experiences and brings to life a memory filled with promise