The Last Mule

The Last Mule

A site-specific work created at the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (Woodside, CA) for their annual Open House. The Last Mule was created around Ann Weber's iconic sculpture, "To Market, To Market," and inspired by Canyengue music, and the landscape. Costumes created in collaboration with Loren Schwerd, and oversized pillows created by Lauren DiCioccio to mirror the larger-than-life gourds in Ann Weber's sculpture. (2009)

Photo by William Roper

The Last Mule

The Last Mule

A site-specific work created at the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (Woodside, CA) for their annual Open House. The Last Mule was created around Ann Weber's iconic sculpture, "To Market, To Market," and inspired by Canyengue music, and the landscape. Costumes created in collaboration with Loren Schwerd, and oversized pillows created by Lauren DiCioccio to mirror the larger-than-life gourds in Ann Weber's sculpture. (2009)

Photo by Loren Schwerd

The Last Mule

The Last Mule

A site-specific work created at the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (Woodside, CA) for their annual Open House. The Last Mule was created around Ann Weber's iconic sculpture, "To Market, To Market," and inspired by Canyengue music, and the landscape. Costumes created in collaboration with Loren Schwerd, and oversized pillows created by Lauren DiCioccio to mirror the larger-than-life gourds in Ann Weber's sculpture. (2009)

Photo by William Roper

The Last Mule

The Last Mule

A site-specific work created at the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (Woodside, CA) for their annual Open House. The Last Mule was created around Ann Weber's iconic sculpture, "To Market, To Market," and inspired by Canyengue music, and the landscape. Costumes created in collaboration with Loren Schwerd, and oversized pillows created by Lauren DiCioccio to mirror the larger-than-life gourds in Ann Weber's sculpture. (2009)

Photo by William Roper

The Last Mule

The Last Mule

A site-specific work created at the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (Woodside, CA) for their annual Open House. The Last Mule was created around Ann Weber's iconic sculpture, "To Market, To Market," and inspired by Canyengue music, and the landscape. Costumes created in collaboration with Loren Schwerd, and oversized pillows created by Lauren DiCioccio to mirror the larger-than-life gourds in Ann Weber's sculpture. (2009)

Photo by Loren Schwerd

The Last Mule

The Last Mule

A site-specific work created at the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (Woodside, CA) for their annual Open House. The Last Mule was created around Ann Weber's iconic sculpture, "To Market, To Market," and inspired by Canyengue music, and the landscape. Costumes created in collaboration with Loren Schwerd, and oversized pillows created by Lauren DiCioccio to mirror the larger-than-life gourds in Ann Weber's sculpture. (2009)

Photo by Loren Schwerd

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The Last Mule

The Last Mule

A site-specific work created at the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (Woodside, CA) for their annual Open House. The Last Mule was created around Ann Weber's iconic sculpture, "To Market, To Market," and inspired by Canyengue music, and the landscape. Costumes created in collaboration with Loren Schwerd, and oversized pillows created by Lauren DiCioccio to mirror the larger-than-life gourds in Ann Weber's sculpture. (2009)

Photo by William Roper

The Last Mule

The Last Mule

A site-specific work created at the Djerassi Resident Artists Program (Woodside, CA) for their annual Open House. The Last Mule was created around Ann Weber's iconic sculpture, "To Market, To Market," and inspired by Canyengue music, and the landscape. Costumes created in collaboration with Loren Schwerd, and oversized pillows created by Lauren DiCioccio to mirror the larger-than-life gourds in Ann Weber's sculpture. (2009)

Photo by Loren Schwerd