1997	Promised Relations; or, thoughts on a few artists' contracts.
	Work by Marcel Broodthaers, Paula Hayes/Wild Friends, Ed Kienholz,
	Yves Klein, Komar & Melamid, Seth Siegelaub & Bob Projansky, and Verbal
	Contracts.  Ac Project Room, NY. catalogue.

1996	Prospectus, on the street, in one person's home, and in a gallery, NY
	If you smile at me. Part One: on the street with eleven strangers, NY;
	Part Two: Work by Johannes Baader, Joseph Beuys, Daniel Buren, James
	Collins, the Rosario Group, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, and Ilya and Larionov
	Zadanevich. Basilico Fine Arts, NY. catalogue.
	Somebody's SoHo. with six various community health organizations and
	Our Blessed Lady of Pompeii Street Fair, Lucky Strike Restaurant, the New Museum,
	and the Lobby of the Gramercy Hotel, NYMaterialization of Life: into alternative economies. 
	Work by Joseph Grigely, Paula Hayes, On Kawara, Gordon Matta-Clark, and Mierle Laderman Ukeles.
	Printed Matter, NY. catalogue.
	It's easier to talk about art while washing dishes, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT
	It's easier to talk about art while washing dishes, Sunderland Arts Centre, Sunderland, UK
	Beautiful, Newlyn.  on the street and in various homes, Penzance, UK

1995	Exchange, in a clothing store (agnes b), NY
	We both belong. and in various homes.
	Forse, Perhaps. on the street and in a home, Venice, ITALY
	Help, in a collector's home, Portland, OR
	Bed Service. Phoenix Hotel, San Francisco
	Congratulations. Diverseworks, Houston

1994	Ich werde Ihr schmutziges Geschirr waschen, I will wash your dirty dishes. 
	on the street and in people's homes, Munich, GERMANY

1993	For you for me for painting.  on the street and in a gallery, NY

1992	I need you. on the street, NY

1991	A prayer for greater compassion in the art world. with various Catholic and
	Protestant priests, USI trust you, I take you. Four Walls, Brooklyn
	Waffles for an opening.  White Columns and in my home, NY

1990	I am for you, Ich bin fur Sie. on the street, NY & Cologne, GERMANY

1989	Kitchen Table. in my home, NY

1988	Carl Andre killed his wife, NY


Touching the other to pace the space in between. 
	From p. 5 in the catalogue for "Promised relations," NY: self published. 1996. 

Let us be known by what we believe in.
	From "Prospectus." NY: self published. 1996. two-sided flyer on card stock.

Your philanthropy is our sculpture.
	From "Somebody's SoHo." NY: self published. 1996. Illuminated acetate text;
	paper flyer wrapped around various community health brochures.

And alone, we live. together. 
	From p. 3 in the catalogue for "The Materialization of Life:
	into alternative economies." NY: self published. 1996.

Passing through to another for finding out. 
	From p. 6 in the catalogue for "Contemperaneou.s.  New Work from New York."
	Penzance: Newlyn Art Gallery. 1996.

We both belong.  Thank you for entering this shared space, our third sculpture. 
	From "We both belong" on NY: ada 'web, 1995. Five color
	images and texts on computer screen.

Perhaps. Slow down. 
	From "Forse, Perhaps." NY: self published. 1995. Flyer.

Please slow down and listen. 
	From "Ich werde Ihr schmutziges Geschirr waschen, I will wash your dirty
	dishes." NY: self published, 1994. Flyer.

We are here to give away 23 paintings. 
	From "For you for me for painting." NY: self published, 1993. Flyer.

I need you to help me make a sculpture. 
	From "I need you." NY: self published. 1992. Flyer.

We are the social sculpture!...This moment is for you. 
	From "I am for you, Ich bin fur Sie." NY and Cologne: self published.
	1992, Flyer. (German translation 1992.)

We are the social sculpture!...From one to another I am for you. 
	From "I am for you, Ich bin fur Sie." NY and Cologne: self published.
	1991, Flyer. (German translation 1992.)

We are the social sculpture!...I wish to share an understanding of life. 
	From "I am for you, Ich bin fur Sie." NY and Cologne: self published.
	1991, Flyer.(German translation 1992.)

We are the social sculpture!...I wish to open up our understanding of life. 
	From "I am for you, Ich bin fur Sie." NY and Cologne: self published.
	1990, Flyer. (German translation 1992.) 

During the time of Casual Ceremony.  
	From "Waffles for an Opening." NY: self published. 1991, paper plate.


Blast 3: Remaking Civilization,  "Dirty Dishes," NY: The X-Art Foundation, 1993 onwards.
Innovatio, "Kunst im Raster der Aussteller, " July 1992.
Catalogue project in "Casual Ceremony," with Kevin O'Halloran, on pages 16 & 18, NY:White Columns, 1991.


1993	Archives (I am for you, Ich bin fur Sie; I need you; For you for me for painting).
	Sandra Gering Gallery, NY

1992	Sculpture. Galerie Rolf Ricke, Cologne, GERMANY

1991	Paintings. Sandra Gering Gallery, NY

1990	Sculpture.  Tom Cugliani Gallery, NY

1989	Sculpture and Paintings. Tom Cugliani Gallery, NY
	Sculpture and Paintings.  Sandra Gering Gallery, NY


1997	I met a man who wasn't there..., (with Francis Cape, Erik Hansen, Liam Gillick, et al.),
	curated by Margaret Murray, Basilico Fine Arts, NY

1996	Selections from the Mab Library, (with Joseph Grigely, Paula Hayes, Josiah McElheny, et al.),
	curated by Paul Bloodgood, Ac Project Room, NY
	In the Flow: Alternative Authoring Strategies, (with Group 	Material, Sol Lewitt, the X-Art
	Foundation, et al.), curated by Daniel Georges for Franklin Furnace, NY
	Joint Ventures, (with Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Philippe Parreno, Xavier Veilhan, et al.),
	curated by Nicolas Bourriaud for Basilico Fine Arts, NY
	After the Fact. (with Dan Graham, Hans Haacke, Lawrence Weiner, et al.), Wadsworth Atheneum,
	Hartford, CT (brochure).
	Can we talk? (with hundreds of others, symposia, performances, 	etc.), Basilico Fine Arts,
	NY. book forthcoming.
	Trois collection d'artistes: Martin Disler, Gunther Forg, Olivier Mosset, (with hundreds of others)
	Musee des Beaux-Arts, La Chaux de Fonds, Switzerland
	We both belong: archive and distribution. Printed Matter, NY
	Contemporaneous. (with Byron Kim, Leona Macdonald, Christian Marclay, et al.) Newlyn Art Gallery,
	Penzance, UK (catalogue); Sunderland Arts Centre, Sunderland, UK
	Blast Art Benefit. (with hundreds of others) , NY

1995	I will wash your dirty dishes archive. Sandra Gering Gallery (project room), NY
	Avant-Garde Walk in Venezia. (with Ann Hamilton, Marie-Ange Guilleminot, Marina Abramovic, et al.)
	curated by Marc Pottier during the Venice Bienalle, ITALY (two catalogues)
	The Artful Message: Contemporary Video. (with Tony Oursler, Carter Kustera, and Alan Rath, et al.),
	New Jersey Center for Visual Arts, Summit, NJ (catalogue)
	Rezone. (with Kim Bridwell, Robin Kahn, and Lois Nesbitt et al.), Diverseworks, Houston, TX
	The International Library, (with Buzz Spector, Lawrence Weiner, et al.) The Center for Book
	Arts, NY (catalogue); Weisman Art Museum, University of Minnesota, 	Minneapolis, MN
	New Museum Benefit. (with hundreds of others), New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY

1994	Are you experienced? (with Carsten Holler, Josiah McElheny, Andrea Zittel, et al.),
	Andrea Rosen Gallery, NY
	Chiezo, Hernandez-Diez, Joo, Kinmont, Vielhan. (parts I and II; part II including Simon Finch),
	Sandra Gering Gallery, NY
	Presque Rein. (with Tom Friedman, Sean Landers, Kristen Oppenheim, et al.), Galerie Jennifer
	Flay, Paris, FRANCE
	Zwischen Menschen.  (with Norbert Kottman, Kirsten Mosher, 	and Creisher/Siekmann, et al.),
	curated by Katharina Keller, Munich, GERMANY
	White Columns Benefit. (with hundreds of others) White 	Columns, NY
	Blast Art Benefit. (with hundreds of others) TZ 'Art & Co. Gallery, NY

1993	Outside possibilities. (with Fred Tomaselli, Elaine Tin Nyo, Paula 	Hayes, et al.),
	curated by Bill Arning, Rushmore Festival, Woodbury, NY
	Return of Cadavre Exquis: a benefit for the Drawing Center. (collaboration with Janine
	Antoni and Paul Ramirez-Jonas; hundreds of others in the benefit), Drawing Center, NY
	Four Walls Benefit. (with hundreds of others), David Zwirner Gallery, NY

1992	The Art Mall: a social space. (with Doug Aitken, Devon Dikeou, and Jeffrey Schultz, et al.),
	The New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY
	Bloodgood, Bullock, Cohen, Kinmont. Sandra Gering Gallery, NY
	White Columns Benefit (with hundreds of others), White 	Columns, NY

1991	The Projected Audience. (with Paula Hayes, Curtis Mitchell, and Hunter Reynolds, et al.),
	curated by Bill Arning, Brooklyn, NY
	Arriving. (with Rirkrit Tiravanija, Blue Eyed Rose, and Kim Jones, et al.), organized by Helen Horowitz, NY
	Casual Ceremony. (with Tom Friedman, Paula Hayes, and Joe Scanlan, et al.), White Columns, NY (catalogue)
	Micro-colonization. (with Barbara Broughel, Leanord Bullock, and Byron Kim, et al.), A/C  Projectroom, NY
	Gallery Artists. (with Janine Antoni, Paul Bloodgood, and Kristen Mosher, et al.), Sandra Gering Gallery, NY
	Working with Wax : Ten Contemporary Artists. (with Maya Lin, Nachume Miller, and Joan Nelson, et al.),
	Tibor de Nagy Gallery, NY
	Home for June. (with Thom Merrick, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and Jeffery Wisniewski, et al.) curated by
	Erik Oppenheim, Home for Contemporary Theater and Art, NY  

1990	Programm 8. (with Thom Merrick, Laurie Parsons, and Jeffrey Wisniewski, et al.),
	Galerie Rolf Ricke, Cologne, GERMANY 
	Ten  Feet. (with Jarg Geizmar, Brigit Werres, and Simon Ungers), Sandra Gering Gallery, NY 
	Eros/thanatos, death & desire. (with John Lindell, Jack Pierson, and Marlene McCarty, et al.),
	Tom Cugliani Gallery. NY
	Artworks/Artworkers. (with Paul Bloodgood, Robin Lowe, Hunter Reynolds, et al.), A/C Projectroom, NY
	Specific Metaphysics. (with Barbara Bloom, Saint Clair Cemin, and Liz Larner, et al.),
	Organized by Pat McCoy, Sandra Gering Gallery, NY
	White Columns Benefit. (with hundreds of others), White Collumns, NY

1989	Summer Exhibits. (with  Leonard Bullock, Orshi Drozdik, and Vivienne Koorland, among others),
	Sandra Gering Gallery, NY

1988	Geismar, Kinmont, Merrick.  Tom Gugliani Gallery, NY
	True Democracy, White Collumns, NY


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