Houston-based artist Autumn Knight performs her work WALL (2013), a series of performed sound, rituals, and actions used to re-imagine the concept of the Wailing Wall — a religious prayer site in Jerusalem — and the Galveston Seawall — a ten mile long hurricane barrier located in the city – as psychological, spiritual, and embodied places. Admission is free and open to the public. Seating is limited.
Autumn Knight is a Houston-based interdisciplinary artist. Her performance and installation work has been included in group exhibitions at various institutions, including DiverseWorks Artspace, Art League Houston, Project Row Houses, Blaffer Art Museum, Crystal Bridges Museum, She Works Flexible, Skowhegan Space (NY), The New Museum, and The Contemporary Art Museum Houston. Knight recently completed residencies with In-Situ (U.K.), Galveston Artist Residency, Millay Colony for the Arts (Austerlitz, NY), YICA (Yamaguchi, Japan) and Artpace (San Antonio, TX.) Autumn received her BA in theater from Dillard University (New Orleans, LA) and MA in drama therapy from New York University.