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How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy
the right to do nothing in the age of everything
A Business with No End
an internet rabbit hole involving Amazon storefronts, a Christian university, and one very strange bookstore - for the NYT
How to Do Nothing
the talk / essay that turned into a book
Living in the Archives
what does an artist in residence do at the SF Planning Department?
There's No Such Thing as a Free Watch
a deep dive on the origins of the notorious "free watch" ads on Instagram

Homeland security: facial recognition in machines and crows
and other pieces written as columnist-in-residence at SFMOMA's Open Space
How to Internet
the bittersweet essay version of a talk I gave at Internet! The Retrospective
On how to grow an idea
do-nothing farming for the mind, for The Creative Independent
Designing for the In-Between
hybrids, 1990s net art, and a giant floating worm
"Notes of a Bioregional Interloper"
a Californian visits Cascadia for SFMOMA's Open Space

The Colonels
a paean to the night herons that hang out at the local KFC
the Satellite Collections essay
perspective is everything
The Uncomfortable Space between Thought and Outcome: Absolving Utopian Images in the Exhibition Der Hang Zum Gesamtkunstwerk
idea vs. form in Harald Szeeman's 1983 exhibition
Living a Designed Life
a cultural analysis of virtual tours used to sell San Francisco high rise condos
I mined San Francisco's trash for art
a reflection on running the Bureau of Suspended Objects from Recology SF

A Trip to Pez-land
visiting the world's largest PEZ-dispenser collection, right in my own backyard


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