Donnett has used shopping carts before. In this case he writes us that the context is an abandoned row house… “where I had the inside looking like the outside.”
From the Project Row Houses site:
Donnett is interested in the idea of nowhere being home… Many within the diaspora have had to mediate between ephemeral senses of home and non-homes. This negotiation is constant: the existential (im)migrant must imagine and create artificial spaces in order for existence to become tolerable or to unearth possibility. Through the off-center of invisibility, Donnett investigates the psychological impact of homelessness, existential migration, and belonging and the spaces that settle between, around, before, and after these conditions.
More photos, after the fold…