No Permanent Address is a body of work about communist guerrillas in the Philippines, comprising a 3-screen documentary video installation and a series of photographs. I spent two months embedded with the New Peoples Army, a Marxist group working with peasants to overthrow their feudal landlords. No Permanent Address is about the persistence of communism beyond its oft-heralded death, and about the centrality of feminism and love to revolution. Above is a 3 minute clip of the 27-minute video, and a selection of the photos.

3-channel video, 27 minutes, 2010.

No Permanent Address

Installation view, No Permanent Address