Photo Requests from Solitary was initiated by Tamms Year Ten (TY10), a grassroots coalition of artists, advocates, family members and men formerly incarcerated in Tamms Correctional Center in southern Illinois.
Collaboration with Laurie Jo Reynolds
A performance on a College Art Association panel about the seminal Womanhouse exhibition. Our characters, two innocuous-looking human puppets, remixed a dialogue based on the texts of Hilton Kramer and Clement Greenberg, bringing the two most unlikely figures to the panel's dialogue.
Series of photographs in collaboration with Chicago County Fair/S.O. Work Group.
These photographs are meant to show quasi-documents of a sex offender returning home, in a time when the sex offender registry and other civil rights offenses are at odds with the constitutional rights of a citizen.
Performance, work-in-progress, experimental opera collaboration with Juliana Snapper.
A collaborative, situational performance in a Palm Springs pool where the audience becomes the chorus while learning to perceive the differences in sound both above and below water.
In collaboration with Ellen Lesperance
A collaborative series of large-format photographs which simultaneously mock and embrace conceptions of the natural world, new age culture, earthworks, feminist performance, and cinematic/photographic conventions around the primordial
Collaborative endurance performance with Ellen Lesperance in Art in General's Project Space.
In this wry look back at Joseph Beuys' seminal 1974 piece, I Like America and America Likes Me, we re-envisioned what a true contact animal was for the U.S.- a rat. The piece was at street-level and we were confined to the space for 9 hours.