In conjunction with Sukkahville 2015, I have been commissioned by the Koffler Centre of the Arts to create a re-imagined, contemporary Sukkah: which is a temporary outdoor hut built for one week and in which it is customary for families to share meals during the annual Jewish holiday of Sukkot. As part of the project I’ve been invited to share a conversation with MOCCA’s Artistic Director and Curator David Liss about my practice, public art and how to steal a piano from a public space in the middle of the day. Just seeing if you’re paying attention. Please join us at the Small World Music Centre in Artscape Younplace and be prepared to ask questions, contribute and get animated. Full details here.