A new work created by collaborators Andreya Ouamba, of Senegal, and Brooklyn-based Reggie Wilson and his Fist and Heel Performance Group wrestles with questions of memory and loss. How do people innovate within and against traditions? For displaced and exiled communities, the questions of preservation, continuity, memory and loss have a particularly poignant urgency. In the African diaspora, remembered and stolen pasts and troubled and hopeful presents are mediated by invention, as explored by Ouamba and Wilson and danced by Fist and Heel. Accounting for Customs is part of the Centennial Celebration of the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House.