In collaboration with designer James Melinat hosted at Actual Size Gallery of Los Angeles, I acted as the co-developer for the overall buildout and exhibition design. I conceived of the cavity for the space, designed the exhibition poster (above image), over saw the design and production of the lapel pin, and wrote the exhibition essay.
Locker Number 5 featured an exact replica of the same locker used by Chris Burden to perform what later became known as his Five Day Locker Piece in August of 1971. Locker Number 5 was a ‘reenactment,’ and provided the audience an opportunity to experience the work by inhabiting the exact dimensions of the locker number 5 via a cavity built into the physical gallery space. If a viewer actively participated with the installation by crawling and sitting in the cavity, they were issued a lapel pin based off of the original locker number tag Burden himself inhabited.