RoadsignUSA #4 was designed by artist, Mari Omori to recognize artist Emily Sloan's performance art and participation project titled,NAP, Napping Affects Performance.
American workers can learn to relax during the day and still compete, but it takes practice. In Mexico the farmers take siestas. In China, workers are seen on factory breaks napping in public in unimaginable places on rigid vehicle barricades with pillows. Japan has embraced corporate naps for public health. Come on Americans, let's invent our own style of peace and quiet after work at Little Woodrow's Ice House.
Napping Affects Performance
An original work by Emily Sloan
To be performed at Little Woodrow's Ice House in collaboration with June Woest and Urban Artists.
Emily Sloan, artist and retired social worker, will bring one cot, clean linens, pillow, face mask and ear plugs.
Friday, August 27
4200 Block of Bellaire Blvd
Houston, TX 77025