giftery was a public art piece in which donated goods from previous projects were concealed in custom gift wrap and offered for a suggested donation price as potential gifts. Participants were not told what item(s) they were taking home and could not see what they were. giftery was well-received and sold out by the end of the exhibition, reinforcing the spirit of generosity and fun in which the gifts were originally obtained.
Global Free Store was a non-commercial pop-up shop in Manhattan’s Financial District that operated on a free exchange system. Located in a storefront on Nassau Street, visitors could give or get something useful, including books, bags and housewares.Read More
For Counter Culture Cash, we set up a photo booth on Jamaica Avenue in Queens, New York and offered passersby Jamaican Bucks, a local currency we created, in exchange for their photograph.Read More