Thursday, February 12th, 2015
    San Francisco, CA

    Instead of crawling on your knees from bar to bar, crawl on Muni! We'll hit 4 bars in 4 hours, taking the 14 Mission between each one. Meet us at any stop along the way, or ride the whole route.

    6PM: Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem, 2323 Mission St
    7PM: El Rio, 3158 Mission St
    8PM: St. Mary's Pub, 3845 Mission St
    9PM: Pissed Off Pete's, 4528 Mission St

    Facebook Event | SFTRU Website Event

    We're riding the 14 in honor of Valentine's Day on the 14th (but two days early). Come alone, come with a date, come with all your transit-loving friends. This will be the best platonic pre-Valentine's Day celebration you ever had on a bus.

    This will be the third in an ongoing series of roving fundraisers I've organized for SF Transit Riders: current and future riders united to achieve excellent, affordable, and growing public transportation in San Francisco.


    Friday, September 19th-Sunday, October 19th, 2014
    StoreFrontLab, 337 Shotwell St
    San Francisco, CA

    For five weekends, I will be leading walks from StoreFrontLab to locations around the perimeter of the city, going counterclockwise from North to Northeast. On each walk, we will collectively track points and moments of interest, marking them on the sidewalk with chalk and recording field notes. Throughout the month, I will transcribe these encounters in the same chalk by marking their precise locations on a map projected directly on the wall in the gallery. The final installation and sound piece will be a scaled representation of the 7 mile by 7 mile drawing our marks make throughout the city.

    Project website at http://linesmadebywalking.com.

    Friday Eve 9/19: Opening Reception
    Saturday 9/20: Walk 1: North
    Saturday 9/27: Walk 2: Northwest
    Sunday 10/5: Walk 3: Southwest
    Wed. Eve 10/8: Maptime SF (Hand-drawn Map Open Hack Night)
    Sunday 10/12: Walk 4: Southeast
    Saturday 10/18: Walk 5: Northeast
    Sunday Eve 10/19: Closing Celebration

    All walks depart from 337 Shotwell St at 12PM.

    Register for a spot on a walk: Eventbrite link
    Or register general enthusiasm: Facebook link

    Lines Made By Walking is kicking off StoreFrontLab’s 2014/15 season, City Making: a nine-month series of installations, wanderings, happenings, and conversations that look critically and optimistically at San Francisco’s future. From invisible histories to cashless transactions, from gentrification to psychogeography, and from regenerative microbes to reengineering community, City Making explores the inner cultural, social, and functional mechanisms of our city. Learn more at http://storefrontlab.org.


    100 Performances for the Hole
    Saturday, January 4th, 2014
    6PM - Midnight
    SOMArts, 934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 9th), San Francisco

    Every two years Somarts hosts an evening of 100 four-minute performances called 100 Performances for the Hole.

    This year, I've gathered a troop of ten intrepid p*formers to experiment with stage fright. We go at precisely 8:22PM.


    Dia de los Muertos
    Saturday, November 2nd, 2013
    Garfield Park, 26th St. and Harrison St.
    San Francisco, CA

    Honoring the resources, energy, effort, and strain it took to design, extract, manufacture, transport, consume, and discard the material at this and every event.

    Look for the glowing trash bags.


    The most fun you can have in a trash pile

    BUILD: Wednesday, August 7th, 5-8PM
    DESTROY: Saturday, August 10th, 1PM
    Recycle Here! 1331 Holden St.
    Detroit, MI


    A Zero Waste Event
    Thursday, May 16th, 2013
    California College of the Arts, 1111 8th St.
    San Francisco, CA


    Sunday, April 7th, 2013
    CCA Graduate Studios, 184 Hooper St.
    San Francisco, CA


    100 Performances for the Hole
    Saturday, December 10th, 2011
    5:58PM - Midnight
    SOMArts, 934 Brannan St. (between 8th and 9th), San Francisco

    That's right, 100 four minute performances in 6 hours! Mine will be happening at precisely 10:30PM, but get there early and catch them all.

    And of course, my four minutes of glory will be participatory. To be part of it, just show up. I'll make sure you know what to do.


    Sunday, December 12th, 2010

    What does stuff mean to you?

    An exploration of possessions through the medium of sidewalk rummage sale. Come play, buy, exchange, and discover through the great American pastime of commerce, homespun.

    Additional adventures include:

    -Bringing your own stuff to donate!
    -Celebrating creative use of public space.
    -Meeting your neighbors.
    -AND, if you participate in our artistic research project, you'll get a mystery-fraction discount!

    All proceeds go to the Art Night Collective, the collaborative engine expanding the definition of artist to everyone, bringing creative participation to the greater San Francisco community.


    Tuesday, November 2nd, 2010
    Garfield Park
    San Francisco, CA

    Come celebrate Day of the Dead with the Art Night Collective!

    We will be setting up a giant web of yarn between two trees as an altar on Treat Street, close to the corner of 25th. We'll have paper, pencils, etc. for anyone to write a message and hang it on the web. Feel free to bring anything you would like to leave on or at the base of the web as a dedication for your loved ones.

    We'll be installing at 2PM and there until it's over around 10! Come by any time.


    On October 10th, 2010, Hayes Valley Farm and Kitchen Garden SF had a workday to coincide with 350.org's Call to Action for solutions to climate change. This was one of 7,347 work parties happening simultaneously in 188 countries. Yeah!

    I went to take part in and document the action in stop motion form. You can see what happened (i.e. the video) on the farm's website at www.hayesvalleyfarm.com/blog/372-where-?. Or check it out on vimeo.

  • MURAL PAINTING PARTY at Growing Home Community Garden

    Saturday, August 21st, 2010
    Growing Home Community Garden
    (Octavia St. between Oak and Page, in San Francisco)

    Any and ALL skill levels and ages!

    Come help us paint a mural on the garden shed/office! The design allows for you to paint whatever you want, or even write a little message. "No artistic talent" is no excuse!

    Read up on the project and take a look at the mural so far here.

  • MAKE MY MONDAY at Fort Mason Round 4

    Monday, July 26th
    Fort Mason Firehouse

    This is it! The final round of painting on our beloved canvas.

    See how it all began here.

  • MAKE MY MONDAY at Fort Mason Round 3

    Monday, May 24th, 2010
    Fort Mason Firehouse

    Collective painting at its finest! I'll be back with the giant canvas after a three-month hiatus. You'll be there to keep on painting whatever your little heart desires.

    And of course, I'll be projecting the video of the last painting that includes the video of the video of the one before that.

  • MAKE MY MONDAY at Fort Mason Round 2

    Monday, February 22nd, 2010
    Fort Mason Firehouse

    Same time, same place, same canvas, but this time we'll be projecting the video from the last painting while I continue to snap photos of you painting to turn into a video again. Very meta.

    Plus it's pretty much the most fun you could ever have.

  • MAKE MY MONDAY at Fort Mason

    Monday, January 25th
    6:30-9:30PM, 2010
    Fort Mason Firehouse

    Make My Monday is a monthly event where you can come watch artists make art in front of your very eyes! All of the creations that you witness are for sale at an actually affordable price.

    But of course, I'm going to do things a little differently. I'm calling it You Make My Monday: instead of watching me do it, you get to paint on a giant canvas while I lurk behind you continuously snapping photos. Later, I will string the photos into a stop-motion video, documenting our creative experience FOREVER.

    Come make and be art!

    Click here for more information on Fort Mason's website.