Using an inflatable life raft as a manifestation of restlessness and longing, Anywhere Else explores ideas of redemption and the burden of regret.

The raft itself is simultaneously a symbol of both survival and disaster.  The act of physically dragging it around on land, however, negates both symbols by implying that survival is a burden and disaster mere fantasy.

Pulling the raft is at once heroic, yet futile and seemingly endless; there is no final destination.

Anywhere Else has been performed in three locations to date, and is an ongoing project.