The Labor Portraits of Mildred’s Lane and ten years of programs are a part of ‘The Land We Live In – The Land We Left Behind,’ an exhibition curated by Adam Sutherland at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset UK, exploring the contradictory nature of society’s relationship to the rural. Open until May 7, 2018.
During Sessions 2017, research fellows discovered new information connecting the site to Connecticut Settlers, in the 1750s. The original owners of the location were the Lillie family, who, amongst others, settled at Cushetunk on the Delaware River. Lillie Archaeology is the continuation of the dig around the historic structures which yielded such a remarkable amount of curious material last year, and the installation produced by fellows at The Mildred Complex(ity) Project Space was our most popular exhibition to date.