Dream House, an immersive installation space located in lower Manhattan, has launched a GoFundMe campaign with the goal of raising $150,000 owed in back rent. The campaign to save Dream House is being led by resident artists La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela, as well as the MELA Foundation and its director Jung Hee Choi, as ARTnews points out. Read their full report here.
In addition to being the longstanding home to endless sound installations, Dream House also acts as Young and Zazeela’s residence and archive storage space. “Although hundreds of people are visiting and enjoying the Dream House every week, the expenses for our endeavors are still beyond our capabilities alone,” Jung Hee Choi wrote on Dream House’s GoFundMe page. Choi continued: