Procession: a global human rights installation
PROCESSION is a global art project where commissioned installations are created for human rights institutions across the world. Each canvas is permanently installed in an effort to link human rights colleagues in honor of their work. The first triptych was permanently installed at Stanford University. Installations are continuously underway in human rights centers across multiple countries as the collection continues to grow. A triptych was created for Columbia's Human Rights Institute in Manhattan on its 20th anniversary. The UNESCO Chair of Peace and Conflict Studies houses a PROCESSION triptych at the Grillhof Seminar Center in Innsbruck, Austria. An installation joins the Human Rights Defenders Hub at York's Applied Human Rights Center in England. The PROCESSION series continues at the Dodd Center at the University of Connecticut in honor of the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.