Tax Deductible Expenses is a performance piece that transforms mundane purchases into tax deductible expenses by performing and recording the act of consumption. In this way, an artist could theoretically write off her purchases in totality. It’s intended as a criticism of corporate tax dodging, but also a potential prefigurative future tactic. All the trips […]
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 […]
Tonight in solidarity against the Muslim Ban
Projected with Laura Poitras tonight onto a very interesting building in Manhattan. Check out the full story here.
Busy working on turning Launch a Banker into a public arcade. In the meantime, refusing Trump’s presidency.
Today I will be presenting work alongside Cory Arcangel, Eva Mattes (of 0100101110101101), Molleindustria, and more. The event, Right of Refusal, is an exhibition and panel which will explore strategies of engagement in late stage democracy. More information can be found here.
Today is the day. After 9 months, Launch a Banker has been released into the wild. The game is available to play on your laptop/computer, or on iPhone. Android users, however, are not able to play the game because Google banned it on account of it being too violent. Consider the fact that Torture the […]
Tonight is the opening of Kilroy Was Here, a show that I curated as a capstone to our time as residents at Kilroy Metal Ceiling. We inherited a magical opportunity in January, to take over an 8,000 sq ft warehouse while its licensing is neither commercial nor residential. Many of us took it as an […]
Ars Technica made a great video about our game WURM: Escape from a Dying Star and our micro-residency at CultureHub.
Last night we (The Illuminator) teamed up with G.U.L.F. (Global Ultra Luxury Faction) to project on the Guggenheim and the homes of its trustees. The Guggenheim is currently using forced labor to construct a new museum in Abu Dhabi. Read more about it at Hyperallergic