For Fall 2012 we focused on one thing - one thing that includes everything from heaven to hell and all in between. We've visited the WeActivists in their most private, inner and sometimes completely open spaces - to see where they find their inspiration, creativity and strength to keep on creating every day.
In this video we visit longtime WeActivist Amy Gunther in her apartment on Lower East Side in New York where Amy talks about her history, memorabilia in her apartment and what she's up to now!
"I am kind of like one of the last residents standing, I've been her for 15 years... I absolutely love my apartment so much, its like totally my sanctuary.. i got this apartment cause Aron Rose had a gallery on Ludlow Street and down here was like the only place that was affordable apartments. But it was really dangerous, and he pretty much assured me, he was like 'its fine, my gallery is here if you need anything just come up the block and you'll be fine'. So I took the plunge and moved here to the Lower East Side and I have been here ever since."