What happens when we are forced to stay at home and face ourselves?
The Bay Area's largest immersive arts experience
Jan. 28th through
Feb. 20th, 2022
As society excitedly returns to normal, we reflect on our collective experience in isolation. The past year and a half has affected the way we look at ourselves and each other; we have been existing together, apart. Hueman encourages visitors to look inward as “Homebody” explores identity in the context of an unprecedented moment in time: What happens when we are forced to stay at home and face ourselves?
Spanning over 20,000 square feet, Journey through five cohesive installations in an astonishing space with wide open studios, thirty foot high ceilings, and state of the art technology that will bring you into a new dimension
This project was built from grit and passion. With no fiscal sponsorship, this installation was created with the purest intention to heal the community through the arts. Our experiential art exhibit is led by People of Color, born and raised in the East Bay.
This event is a direct action step to nourish people of all ages. This activation centers local businesses, engages the youth, and is re-energizing people in a brand new way at the intersection of art and technology.