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Littoral Dissonance (2017) was performed at the site of New York City's first slave market, on the 306 year anniversary of its opening, Littoral Dissonance addresses the African Diaspora's spiritual connection and disconnections by way of water, and associated pangs of longing. Drawing water from the East River into a holed bucket, the performance carries the bucket and its drippings to the threshold of the studio to perform a ritual cleansing of the space. It then calls viewers in to perform a collective adornment by threading, aquatinted mylar triangles into a necklace.