"You Ain't Wrong" is an archive of auction pictures I found and selected on the principal internet auction sites originating in New Zealand and the United States: TradeMe and eBay. I paired pictures from each site along a variety of dimensions. The genesis of this archive was a contact I received from the Window art space in Auckland, New Zealand expressing interest in the work I had been doing with auction pictures. This archive was created specifically to provide Window and its community with an online exhibition that would examine the work found on TradeMe with other similar work. Prints and an artist book of the project were auctioned "live" during the exhibition in New Zealand using the TradeMe site.
Complete Desire is a collaboration with Swiss photographer Corinne Vionnet. The project used an "exquisite corpse" process to invoke chance and produce a collaborative photo-based essay that has its roots in the old blues tradition of call and response.
Marco Polo is a long duration project, commissioned by www.screens.org and curated by Luke Munn which invites participants to post snapshots, memories and moments in image or text form. I respond to these daily: embracing, compiling or ignoring their input into a blended narrative stream.
Patient Letters is an ongoing Twitter stream of daily pictures of words, letters, and the circumstances and conditions of our symbolic markings.