The Saddest Sounds I Can Imagine
Actions (1996-1997) were a series of interventions and alterations to my surrounding neighborhood in an attempt to test how art could seamlessly blend into the world while injecting a subtle sense of mystery and wonder into the daily routine of life. My only criteria were to use my imagination and the existing materials around me. The works existed first as anonymous actions I performed and then as poetic descriptive texts or potential future instructions on quiet ways to alter the world.
Ink on newsprint, purchased classified ad in local newspapers