On Stage: Martha and Carrie

For 12 hours The Pillow Project occupied the Carrie Furnace, with mesmerizing performances both day and night. Read about it in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. And enjoy ©Martha Rial’s photos, which shed a new light on an iconic Pittsburgh landmark.

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Zëk Stewart and Roberta Guido

Zëk Stewart and Roberta Guido

Roberta Guuido and Zëk Stewart -- opposing forces.

Roberta Guuido and Zëk Stewart — opposing forces.

Hannah Finch, the Dirty Swan

Hannah Finch, the Dirty Swan

Zëk Stewart shows the Pillow's intense concentration.

Zëk Stewart shows the Pillow’s intense concentration.

 

 

The lone wolf, part of Alloy Pittsburgh's exhibit.

The lone wolf, part of Alloy Pittsburgh’s exhibit.

Carrie #6, the Cast House and Blowing Engine House at night.
Carrie #6, the Cast House and Blowing Engine House at night.

 

 

 

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