A participatory sculpture and performance; Figment Boston; July 26, 2014. Alone Together provided a place for reflection while also creating an accumulation of our collective feelings about being simultaneously alone and together. I wore the sculpture, a dress-to-tent wearable, onto the site, performed a walking centering ritual and erected the tent. Participants added messages about being alone/together and connected segments of glowsticks to make a collective drawing. At the end of the day, I put on the dress with all 196 tags and glowsticks, reversed the walk and wore the sculpture off site holding everyone's thoughts close to my body. Read the transcript of tag messages.