SIM alum Heidi Kayser in the Boston Globe
Posted by Nita Sturiale May. 16, 2012 7:37pm
Performance art via kayak at Fort Point - By Cate McQuaid
"There's a choice little piece of waterfront property along Fort Point Channel, snug to the Summer Street Bridge along the Harbor Walk. Early last week, the place was surrounded by a picket fence and had a “For Rent” sign up. So what if it’s only 8 feet square, and floating in the channel. It looked darling in the late afternoon sun — at least until a redheaded woman in a business suit arrived in a kayak and started renovating. She tore down part of the fence, built a desk, and picked up a phone.
Welcome to “The Remodeling Project,” the latest installment of Fort Point's Floating Art Series, and the first one featuring performance art. The woman in the chic black suit was artist Heidi Kayser. She enlisted a builder in Maine to make the square wooden dock, and throughout the month, she’ll be kayaking out periodically to her little patch of paradise and changing it up."
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