Something this big deserved a little R&D, and thus, Public Trust was tested this past winter by Ramirez Jonas during his residency at Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana, California. Over two Saturdays during the Santa Ana Art Walks, Paul performed the work and tweaked the process each time. The final performance was led by an actor and became the basis for a script that a team of Boston-area performers will follow during Public Trust's 21-day run.
Working with CSUF alum Robert Huskey (BA, Visual Communications ’14), GCAC created a lovely video documenting the process of Public Trust during their February opening.
Our sincere thanks goes out to John D. Spiak and the entire GCAC team for helping develop Public Trust.