Set in the West Village, 95 Bedford Street is a Carriage House built in 1894. Originally used to house horses and the carriages by the first owner it was then purchased by Julius Goebel and used as a warehouse and offices for the crucible manufacturer. The building was always used as apartments throughout history. The building will be completely gutted and renovated over the next 2 years the only thing that will remain is the exterior and joists. The project in its whole is a portrait of the house the energy and souls that that have been imprinted into the space. In continuing with the dying of structures, I covered a majority of the apartments and subsequently dyed the interior. Squeezing the dye from the top of wall allows the house to physically record the history through the cement walls and surfaces to imprint its DNA into the fabric, within this last moment before it takes on its next life. All of the windows have been covered to not only imprint the windows but also so the viewer is not able to look out. With not being able to look out the viewer is forced to feel and focus on all the emotions and history of the house. The windows are subsequently dyed to evoke different emotions through the colors that are projected inward. Walking through the house the final traces of transient people are marked on floor works that record the floor boards. Each room has its own character and built upon each other as one move upwards. Each space has its unique character as each room is built to look different. I am allowing for the house to show what it wants it goes back to what is private and what is public.