In 2011, the Vancouver–based Lower Mainland Painting Co. established a temporary Artworkers Hall open to anyone who wanted to attend. Sandpaper membership cards signified their bearers’ self-identification as artists.
These capsules contain biological elements that speed tissue decay. Part of the Infinity Burial Project, the substance inside presents an ecologically responsible way to deal with death.
Produced in response to a problem Ghana Think Tank collected during its residency at the Queens Museum of Art, this card is designed to mediate an immigrant-officer encounter.
Artist Lucas Murgida locked himself inside a cabinet on a New York City sidewalk, and emerged after being transported to a private space by unsuspecting participants.
For eight hours, Shannon Finnegan printed two phrases in ballpoint pen: “I should be working more” and “I should be working less.” The result is a surplus of paperwork and a pointed observation about art and labor.
Time/Bank currency is acquired by trading increments of one’s time, and can be swapped for goods and services within the global Time/Bank network.
Mass Ventriloquism filled Gothenburg’s Valsalen—the upholstered belly of a taxidermied blue whale named Carolina—with the voices of fifteen women.
When gallery visitors opened cabinet doors to access the food inside, this pulley-rigged metal harness tugged at the corners of the artist’s mouth.