Visual poems mailed as postcards to a small audience, and the correspondence that resulted.
Street art portraits of friends as everyday voters.
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.
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.
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!
28 maps of the observed world on foot, bus, bike and car in 28 consecutive days in late 2000.
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.