Site-specific performance by Martha McDonald on June 25, 2016 at RAIR (Recycled Artist in Residency) an artist residency in a construction-waste recycling facility in Northeast Philadelphia. As RAIR's first performance fellow, McDonald spent six months sifting through the mountains of rubble to collect personal items that arrived from house clean outs, often after an elderly person died or moved into a care home. Her performance took audiences on an intimate song tour of the site, navigating the sorting piles to explore the fragile nature of memory. McDonald and RAIR co-founder Billy Dufala collaborated on the music, which they performed on instruments found in the dump. Inspired by the collecting and sorting done on a massive scale by excavators and front-end loaders, McDonald activated objects made from thousands of photos and garments she rescued from the dump.