Literary Nonfiction. Fiction. Photography. Art. HOME FOR AN HOUR began on Saturday, February 15, 2014 when seven couples each spent an hour alone in Adam Moser's Greensboro, NC apartment. At the start of each hour, Sarah Martin took the couple's portrait in the space, and then left them, unsupervised and unsurveilled. Across the street, at a tailgating party for the audience of this unseen performance, Jacob Paul wrote an imagined account of the unseen action inside. At the hour's end, Martin returned to shoot an exit portrait, after which the couple joined the party outside to hand off the keys. While awaiting the next couple, Martin photographed the apartment's evolution. On the occasion of the December 2014 exhibition of the photographs at Phillips Gallery, Moser has collected the photographs and stories into this limited edition art book.
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