Call Center an installation inviting people to make phone calls to large corporations while doodling on a giant table-sized paper and broadcasting the muzak of their call
STEERTS YTIC text installed in a storefront window, advertising what's on the outside of the window, in the public life of city streets (installed for Seattle Storefronts)
10.-22.-38 Astoria II an ongoing project in which FICTILIS transforms a gallery or other space into a pop-up copy shop pre-stocked with xerographic prints from all over the world
Thumb Wars a live refereed thumb-wrestling event, simulcasted and projected large for spectators, featuring regular, jello, and mud thumb-wrestling, organized by FICTILIS
My Dinner With ‘My Dinner With Andre’ a full meal served alongside the longest dinner scene in film history, with menu and decor taken from the film, and timed precisely to coincide with events onscreen
Collections A collection of collections. Interesting, unusual, unique, obscure; requiring creative categorization or idiosyncratic taxonomy; highlighting processes and politics of collecting.
10-22-38 Astoria I an ongoing project in which FICTILIS transforms a gallery or other space into a pop-up copy shop pre-stocked with a wide selection of ready-to-copy artworks
Colors of Commerce a research project and exhibition about the colors of shipping containers in port cities; the most information on this niche subject ever assembled in one place
Opening an installation/performance for white-walled gallery space, featuring everything that goes along with an art opening - except for the actual ‘art’
Graffiti As Technology As History As Graffiti a giant chalkboard mural for the Media Gateway room at University of Michigan's North Quad, referencing the history of graffiti and the site
Mongo Deco an ongoing interior design practice in which everything used to renovate or decorate a space is recycled in some way: reclaimed, salvaged, repurposed, secondhand, etc.
Marquee series of public text installations on a historic theater marquee, referencing advertising, self-help motivational-speak, public signage, and film culture
Songs for Dead Blondes a 3-hour song cycle, a series of performances (by Detroit band MEPHI), and a collection of photos and texts, about nostalgia in popular music and cultural memory
So little to tell a short video, or installation for darkened space, featuring audio artist J.Robidoux, and actor Graham Atkin, shot in one take and edited with only in-camera effects
When I Stopped Watching a short video study of analog television static, featuring footage captured from a TV set in Detroit, 1997