Boston's premiere greenspace is Boston Common, a fifty-acre chunk of green which is neither meticulously manicured nor especially attractive, though it effectively separates downtown from the posher Beacon Hill and Back Bay districts. It's the first thing you'll see emerging from the Park Street T station, the central transfer point of America's first subway and a magnet for small demonstrations, and unfortunately, panhandlers. - The Rough Guide to Boston, 2003

Equipment is available from the Judi Rotenberg Gallery, 130 Newbury Street, Boston from April 22 - May 7, 2005 or by contacting the artist. | |

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, published in 1816 as read by Ralph Cosham
Map graphics generously provided by Red Maps
Web design and project development: David Dao

Itinerant is a 2005 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. (aka Ether-Ore).
It was made possible with funding from the Jerome Foundation and the LEF Foundation.

special thanks:
Hollie Lavenstein
Erik Conrad
Bill Seaman