The East Bay chapter of the Public Crying Coalition seeks to share and document sites and stories of public crying. An act both intimate and isolating, public crying exists at the axis of public and private, hyper visible and unnoticed, vulnerable and galvanized. We seek to map the East Bay with the psychogeography of tears and share their narratives through our walking tour and dialogue. This project is ongoing.

(the images above are some examples of what we did with people’s stories of publicly crying)
You can find out more about this project at:

In collaboration with Zoe Ozma