Emotion in Motion was a performative, installation piece that took place in the aftermath of the EF-4 tornado that tore Washington, IL, the town I grew up in, apart. The wall provided a space for the Washington community to share their stories, process emotions, and check-in with their community. The wall travelled nearly every day from mid-July to mid-August to different landmarks in Washington, for a total of 28 days. Viewers were invited to respond to the changing question written on the wall, with the answers being archived on Facebook.