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  • protest generator

    Gallery visitors are invited to contribute by writing a protest sign, inserting it into the scanner, then see an avatar holding their sign march across the screen. This is instant, but the sign is also drawn at random throughout the duration of the show. As more visitors participate, the protest goes from a trickle to a torrent.

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    Signs accumulate over time and act as the political residue of participants. While certain signs fall out of step with leftist philosophy, such signs are typically overwhelmed by opposition, creating a dialectical dialogue in which participants have real agency.

  • January 28, 2017

    Tonight in solidarity against the Muslim Ban


  • January 14, 2017

    Today I will be performing a story from my childhood involving getting arrested, playing video games, and punk rock. Presented by Story Collider and put on by my good friend Nisse Greenberg. Tickets at the door at Under St. Marks Theater. Details here.


  • November 28, 2016

    Projected with Laura Poitras tonight onto a very interesting building in Manhattan. Check out the full story here.


  • November 20, 2016

    Busy working on turning Launch a Banker into a public arcade.

    In the meantime, refusing Trump’s presidency.