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  An audio tour performance piece by Hockaday aboard a San Francisco Bay Ferry that was broadcasted live from the front of the boat's upper deck to be delivered in real time to our headsets. This piece was described by the East Bay Express as "  A metaphorical and literal correlation between possibility and being in bodies of water ...   You Make a Better Wall Than a Window   manifested as a kind of research-based poetry reading rather than a spectacle. As we passed underneath the Bay Bridge, Hockaday captained an informational voyage, reconceptualizing the water as 'fast moving land' that, considering the flexibility of maritime law, can function as a loophole in the way society organizes space and the way capitalism and convention determine the limitations of our lives. 'No one can own the water,' she said. The simple reminder was dramatically emphasized by the overwhelming vastness of the bay" -East Bay Express

An audio tour performance piece by Hockaday aboard a San Francisco Bay Ferry that was broadcasted live from the front of the boat's upper deck to be delivered in real time to our headsets. This piece was described by the East Bay Express as "A metaphorical and literal correlation between possibility and being in bodies of water ... You Make a Better Wall Than a Window manifested as a kind of research-based poetry reading rather than a spectacle. As we passed underneath the Bay Bridge, Hockaday captained an informational voyage, reconceptualizing the water as 'fast moving land' that, considering the flexibility of maritime law, can function as a loophole in the way society organizes space and the way capitalism and convention determine the limitations of our lives. 'No one can own the water,' she said. The simple reminder was dramatically emphasized by the overwhelming vastness of the bay" -East Bay Express

 The audience listening to the performance through their-- on the Ferry Between San Francisco and the Port of Oakland. 

The audience listening to the performance through their-- on the Ferry Between San Francisco and the Port of Oakland. 

 These receivers and a headset was given to each audience member as they boarded the public ferry. Hockaday held a microphone with a transmitter that broadcasted the performance to the receivers from the stern of the ferry. 

These receivers and a headset was given to each audience member as they boarded the public ferry. Hockaday held a microphone with a transmitter that broadcasted the performance to the receivers from the stern of the ferry. 

You Make A Better Wall Than A Window by Constance Hockaday

An audio tour performance piece by Hockaday aboard a San Francisco Bay Ferry that was broadcasted live from the front of the boat's upper deck to be delivered in real time to our headsets. This piece was described by the East Bay Express as "A metaphorical and literal correlation between possibility and being in bodies of water ... You Make a Better Wall Than a Window manifested as a kind of research-based poetry reading rather than a spectacle. As we passed underneath the Bay Bridge, Hockaday captained an informational voyage, reconceptualizing the water as 'fast moving land' that, considering the flexibility of maritime law, can function as a loophole in the way society organizes space and the way capitalism and convention determine the limitations of our lives. 'No one can own the water,' she said. The simple reminder was dramatically emphasized by the overwhelming vastness of the bay" -East Bay Express

The audience listening to the performance through their-- on the Ferry Between San Francisco and the Port of Oakland. 

These receivers and a headset was given to each audience member as they boarded the public ferry. Hockaday held a microphone with a transmitter that broadcasted the performance to the receivers from the stern of the ferry. 

You Make A Better Wall Than A Window by Constance Hockaday

  An audio tour performance piece by Hockaday aboard a San Francisco Bay Ferry that was broadcasted live from the front of the boat's upper deck to be delivered in real time to our headsets. This piece was described by the East Bay Express as "  A metaphorical and literal correlation between possibility and being in bodies of water ...   You Make a Better Wall Than a Window   manifested as a kind of research-based poetry reading rather than a spectacle. As we passed underneath the Bay Bridge, Hockaday captained an informational voyage, reconceptualizing the water as 'fast moving land' that, considering the flexibility of maritime law, can function as a loophole in the way society organizes space and the way capitalism and convention determine the limitations of our lives. 'No one can own the water,' she said. The simple reminder was dramatically emphasized by the overwhelming vastness of the bay" -East Bay Express
 The audience listening to the performance through their-- on the Ferry Between San Francisco and the Port of Oakland. 
 These receivers and a headset was given to each audience member as they boarded the public ferry. Hockaday held a microphone with a transmitter that broadcasted the performance to the receivers from the stern of the ferry. 
You Make A Better Wall Than A Window by Constance Hockaday