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swap meets
television
rented spaces (one night events as well as longer stays)
publications: books, magazines, newspapers, zines
posters
postcards
rhizomatic neighborhood associations (RNAs)
propaganda
websites
squatting exhibitions (sit down and start exhibiting)
advertisement in larger media (magazines, newspapers, billboards)
800 numbers
US mail
telemarketing
performances with the street
murals

Oct. 10: An exhibition of plaster figures- in all manner of shapes and forms, spraypainted or airbrushed, representing and hosting lost and wondrous forms of architectural alchemy and self-transfiguration. Across the walkway, a series of large photographs expounding on a complimentary set of ideas. Ideal setting: two swapmeet lots or a gallery

Oct. 10: Paint the facade of Tropico de Nopal blue and put rabbit ears made out of plywood. Ideal setting: Tropico de Nopal Gallery

December 26: An image of a single person or group: before boarding-english-only-school and after.


Students in the first through eight grade attending the Seneca Indian School in 1887

January 19: Television is absurd, traveling across the freeway and seeing offramps on the 5 that look like commercial breaks in the coursing time-line of getting to somewhere. What happens in between? What does one glimpse through slits that are like brief openings in a zoetrope?

January 28: Many small hollow busts of plaster with hooks. Attach to self until totally covered with small plaster busts. Walk down boulevard or avenue.

January 6: Balloons made of nylon, inflatables

January 6: This open world,,, things are supposedly all dreams of vision and the other senses, but I think that your scent and your gestures, your breath cross penetrate into the many layers

January 6: A room called Cinema is Dream Pressure

June 20: Pamphlet on Ghost-Studio Techniques and Practices:

 

 

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