Freedom Field Day at Rockland Woods
Freedom Field Day was a day-long group experiment that used the aesthetics of postmodern cult practices to explore the possibilities of embodied transformation and radical sharing. The group of nine artists and writers who opted to participate (all residents at Rockland) engaged in group activities and collaboration exercises, gathered and inspired from workbooks, self-help guides, and theoretical texts. For the workshop, each participant was given a color-coded uniform, a workbook, and a single brass key. Together, the group explored Freedom as an impossible construct, an ineffable form embodied within each other and themselves.