In 1999, Hans Waanders (1951-2001) set up a series of bird perches along European waterways, hoping to woo a kingfisher. “Fishing Perches,” a small accordion-style book, documents the project.
In Skidbladnir’s Figurehead (2009-2010), a magical ship of thirteenth-century Norse myth is used to navigate the rising waters that surround Gothenburg.
Balloon Route, named after Los Angeles’ defunct streetcar system, is an eighty-page newsprint publication in which Michael Parker reflects on his travels seeking utopia in all its partial realizations.
These ephemera portraits represent improvised issues of Landfill Quarterly, constructed by participants at the 2011 Creative Time Summit and exhibition.
These cards document responses to a question Brindalyn Webster posed to attendees at Bay Area community meetings: “If this meeting was a piece of architecture, what would it be?”
For I Am A Citizen, Michael Parker photographed trees on Skid Row, which a resident named Audrae Rena Jones had wrapped in purple plastic. The images were made into a poster and packaged in an interview.