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 Gross Domestic Product 5.16.2015 photograph by Micahel Gallope    Gross Domestic Product  is a performance, print and video made prior to the opening of the Art On Air exhibit at the  Instinct Gallery  in Minneapolis, MN. Work from the  Universal Harmony  series was taken from the gallery and into a procession throughout downtown. Six performers brought the framed pieces to places where photographs had been  made and collaged into the series. These were demonstration sites of Black Lives Matter and Occupy as well as a multi-national headquarters. Socio-economic proclamations were read through a megaphone in competition with those of fundamentalist street preachers.    Gross Domestic Product HD video, 15 minutes, 2015

Gross Domestic Product
5.16.2015
photograph by Micahel Gallope

Gross Domestic Product is a performance, print and video made prior to the opening of the Art On Air exhibit at the Instinct Gallery in Minneapolis, MN. Work from the Universal Harmony series was taken from the gallery and into a procession throughout downtown. Six performers brought the framed pieces to places where photographs had been  made and collaged into the series. These were demonstration sites of Black Lives Matter and Occupy as well as a multi-national headquarters. Socio-economic proclamations were read through a megaphone in competition with those of fundamentalist street preachers.

Gross Domestic Product
HD video, 15 minutes, 2015

 Gross Domestic Product archival ink and paper, 20" x 24", 2015, 1/5

Gross Domestic Product
archival ink and paper, 20" x 24", 2015, 1/5

 Austerity  archival ink and paper, 20" x 24", 2013 - 2014 , 1/5   
  
 
  
     
  
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       Universal Harmony   (2012-present) is a series of prints and performances that examine patterns and breaks of socio-economic systems across time. The graphic relationships of  Universal Harmony ’s alternatives, contradictions and pluralities question the freedoms and roles of being a global citizen in the 21st century. Performances physicalize the nature of viewing, specifically addressing audience and location. 

Austerity
archival ink and paper, 20" x 24", 2013 - 2014, 1/5

Universal Harmony (2012-present) is a series of prints and performances that examine patterns and breaks of socio-economic systems across time. The graphic relationships of Universal Harmony’s alternatives, contradictions and pluralities question the freedoms and roles of being a global citizen in the 21st century. Performances physicalize the nature of viewing, specifically addressing audience and location. 

 Austerity performance still from HD video, 7'19" 3.10.2015, Cowles Center, Mpls, MN as part of the Future Interstates series  

Austerity
performance still from HD video, 7'19"
3.10.2015, Cowles Center, Mpls, MN
as part of the Future Interstates series  

 Target Classes archival ink and paper, 20" x 24", 2012-2014, 1/5

Target Classes
archival ink and paper, 20" x 24", 2012-2014, 1/5

Target Classes
4'57"
performance at TuckUnder Projects
10.30.2014

 Commodity Fetish archival ink and paper, 20” x 24”, 2012-2014, 1/5

Commodity Fetish
archival ink and paper, 20” x 24”, 2012-2014, 1/5

The Normal Distribution (edit)
12"23"
performance at the Ritz Theater, Mpls, MN
2.11, 2014

 Warming archival ink and paper, 20” x 24”, 2013, 1/5

Warming
archival ink and paper, 20” x 24”, 2013, 1/5

Gross Domestic Product
5.16.2015
photograph by Micahel Gallope

Gross Domestic Product is a performance, print and video made prior to the opening of the Art On Air exhibit at the Instinct Gallery in Minneapolis, MN. Work from the Universal Harmony series was taken from the gallery and into a procession throughout downtown. Six performers brought the framed pieces to places where photographs had been  made and collaged into the series. These were demonstration sites of Black Lives Matter and Occupy as well as a multi-national headquarters. Socio-economic proclamations were read through a megaphone in competition with those of fundamentalist street preachers.

Gross Domestic Product
HD video, 15 minutes, 2015

Gross Domestic Product
archival ink and paper, 20" x 24", 2015, 1/5

Austerity
archival ink and paper, 20" x 24", 2013 - 2014, 1/5

Universal Harmony (2012-present) is a series of prints and performances that examine patterns and breaks of socio-economic systems across time. The graphic relationships of Universal Harmony’s alternatives, contradictions and pluralities question the freedoms and roles of being a global citizen in the 21st century. Performances physicalize the nature of viewing, specifically addressing audience and location. 

Austerity
performance still from HD video, 7'19"
3.10.2015, Cowles Center, Mpls, MN
as part of the Future Interstates series  

Target Classes
archival ink and paper, 20" x 24", 2012-2014, 1/5

Target Classes
4'57"
performance at TuckUnder Projects
10.30.2014

Commodity Fetish
archival ink and paper, 20” x 24”, 2012-2014, 1/5

The Normal Distribution (edit)
12"23"
performance at the Ritz Theater, Mpls, MN
2.11, 2014

Warming
archival ink and paper, 20” x 24”, 2013, 1/5

 Gross Domestic Product 5.16.2015 photograph by Micahel Gallope    Gross Domestic Product  is a performance, print and video made prior to the opening of the Art On Air exhibit at the  Instinct Gallery  in Minneapolis, MN. Work from the  Universal Harmony  series was taken from the gallery and into a procession throughout downtown. Six performers brought the framed pieces to places where photographs had been  made and collaged into the series. These were demonstration sites of Black Lives Matter and Occupy as well as a multi-national headquarters. Socio-economic proclamations were read through a megaphone in competition with those of fundamentalist street preachers.    Gross Domestic Product HD video, 15 minutes, 2015
 Gross Domestic Product archival ink and paper, 20" x 24", 2015, 1/5
 Austerity  archival ink and paper, 20" x 24", 2013 - 2014 , 1/5   
  
 
  
     
  
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       Universal Harmony   (2012-present) is a series of prints and performances that examine patterns and breaks of socio-economic systems across time. The graphic relationships of  Universal Harmony ’s alternatives, contradictions and pluralities question the freedoms and roles of being a global citizen in the 21st century. Performances physicalize the nature of viewing, specifically addressing audience and location. 
 Austerity performance still from HD video, 7'19" 3.10.2015, Cowles Center, Mpls, MN as part of the Future Interstates series  
 Target Classes archival ink and paper, 20" x 24", 2012-2014, 1/5
 Target Classes 4'57" performance at TuckUnder Projects 10.30.2014
 Commodity Fetish archival ink and paper, 20” x 24”, 2012-2014, 1/5
 The Normal Distribution (edit) 12"23" performance at the Ritz Theater, Mpls, MN 2.11, 2014
 Warming archival ink and paper, 20” x 24”, 2013, 1/5