Works on Paper Projects Installations Exhibitions About

Fifty-Fifty Art Collective

Time Outside Without Extension

Odes and Epochs

One for the Other


We Belong to this Band - Phase 1

We Belong to this Band - Phase 2

We Belong to this Band - Phase 3


All in Good Company, All in Good Time

MSIG Pilot Project

Blindspot Galleries

Operation Pandemic Joy

O Joy!


Love Stories, Part 1

Propelling individuals into perpetuity. In collaboration with Dan Kelley at Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts, St. Louis, Missouri.

The MSIG Pilot Project used database programming and amplitude modulation (AM radio waves) to provide immortality for participants.

For three months preceeding the MSIG event, and during the event itself, participants used the online Life Data Collection and Storage Facility to input their life data for broadcast on April 14, 2006. Life data was extracted from the database and read aloud by Bruce, a computer voice. Transmission was initiated at 8 p.m. using an AM transmitter that sent the audio data into deep space. Over 300 people were immortalized.

Participants were also granted momentary fame as their images were projected through the window of the project space. Additionally, three related digital videos by the developers, Lisa Bulawsky and Dan Kelley were shown on the night of the event.

Click here to see how far the transmitted data has gone as of today.