Herman Wallace has spent more than 40 years in a 6’ x 9’ prison cell. He works with artist Jackie Sumell to imagine his "dream home," questioning justice and punishment in America.
Filmmaker Angad Bhalla discusses difficulties of making a film about a man in solitary confinement, and the issues at the heart of Herman's House.
Three prison architects discuss the goals of their work, the modern prison facility, and the blueprints of Herman Wallace's dream house.
Herman Wallace, who has been in solitary confinement for over 40 years, describes his prison cell.
Artist Jackie Sumell describes why she began The House That Herman Built.
Herman Wallace, who has spent 41 years in solitary confinement, describes the dream house he "built" with artist Jackie Sumell.
Herman Wallace describes the original crime that sent him to jail.
NPR and other broadcast media provide a quick overview of Herman Wallace's case.
A young man who befriended Herman Wallace in Angola prison describes the positive influence that Herman had on his life.
Herman Wallace describes what he sees as the Black Panthers' greatest contribution to the black community.
Multiple people voice their opinions on solitary confinement and whether or not Herman Wallace deserves to be there.
Prison architects describe a brief history of solitary confinement.
Herman Wallace describes the physical toll that solitary confinement has taken on him.