Art & Writing 2015 to 2215 c.e. Future Cartographic A home for writing, art, collaboration and conversation on time and our physical and cultural environment. 2018 to 2019 Half/Life Twelve months in the 24-hour life of 9 1/2 St NW. 2018 to present PAUSE A simple call to stop for a moment that can be installed anywhere. 2017 Spitball An evolving monthlong collaboration between neighbors working in dance, painting, and poetry. 2017 Hide/Seek (for Little Salon) Spaces in the attic and basement of a Capitol Hill home are connected with headphones and mics for anonymous conversation with strangers attending an art salon. 2016 to 2019 Place/Chat A monthly gathering of artists and collaborators to discuss and develop place-based interventions. 2016 Georgetown 2215 c.e. Observational walks out of the Halcyon residency site in Georgetown lead to a speculative map and stories about equity, exclusivity, and history. 2016 Oral Histories/Futures (for Funk Parade) Site specific installation of phone booths telling stories of Washington, DC’s Black Broadway in the recent past and in a speculative 23rd Century. 2016 Seven Blocks / Seven Centuries A historic and speculative walking tour of U Street NW spanning the years 1615 to 2215 c.e. 2015 to 2016 Make DC Weird Make D.C. Weird launched in late 2015 as an experiment in civic messaging about “the city we have, the city we love, the city we want.” 2005 The Postart Project Visual poems mailed as postcards to a small audience, and the correspondence that resulted. 2004 VOTR Street art portraits of friends as everyday voters. 2004 X More Days Street art campaign counting down to the 2004 election in which George W. Bush was asking for four more years. And remixed for the uncertain future ahead when he did win re-election. 2003 No Wrong Side of the Tracks Proposal and study for the installation of a non-linear poem on the underpasses around SEPTA’s elevated tracks between Lehigh and Girard Avenues in North Philadelphia. 2002 Monument for Center City Philadelphia Philadelphia’s answer to the Eiffel Tower. It’s a park! it’s a transit hub! It’s an antidote to corporatization of public space! 2001 North South East West 28 maps of the observed world on foot, bus, bike and car in 28 consecutive days in late 2000. 1994 to 1996 Speedmeter A music and art ‘zine whose manifesto celebrated local culture, authentic weirdness, and real-life experiences of the world over TV and corporate mediated culture.