Awesome Everywhere!

United Arab Emirates

Dubai

United States

Alamance County, NC

Alaska

Ann Arbor, MI

Asheville, NC

Atlanta, GA

Austin, TX

Baltimore, MD

Bend, OR

Birmingham, AL

Boston, MA

Boulder, CO

Buffalo, NY

Cass Clay

Chicago, IL

Denver, CO

Detroit, MI

Gloucester, MA

Indianapolis, IN

LA South Bay, CA

Los Angeles, CA

Louisville, KY

Madison, WI

Miami, FL

New York City, NY

Newburgh, NY

North Minneapolis, MN

Northampton, MA

Northern Virginia (NOVA)

Oahu, HI

Oakland, CA

Oklahoma City, OK

Orlando, FL

Philadelphia, PA

Piqua, OH

Pittsburgh, PA

Plano, TX

Port Washington, NY

Portland, OR

Poughkeepsie, NY

Raleigh-Durham, NC

Rochester, NY

Rockport, MA

San Antonio, TX

San Francisco, CA

San Jose, CA

Santa Fe, NM

Seattle, WA

South Bend, IN

State College, PA

Tallahassee, FL

Washington, DC

Youngstown, OH

Sh*t Show, Flush it.

This project will capture the current psychological state of it's viewers via an open interactive platform for the public to freely express their feelings thru words and/or illustration. It will also serve as a social experiment from a few parallel perspectives.

The desire is to construct (3) mobile bathroom stalls. Each will have 3 stall walls surrounding a toilet in the center. The front of each will be open, the door missing, as a symbol of exposure to social constructs. Each stall will feature one toilet- one pink, one yellow and one blue- with a purpose to lightly touch on representation of male (blue), female (pink) and non-specific (yellow) genders. On each stall will hang several Sharpie markers to allow for open expression.

This open ended interactive sculpture will include a placard that asks the question: "What would you like to flush from your life in preparation for a positive 2018?" It will also give a brief explanation of the project and ask any participant to "tag" or leave their age as a replacement for their signature. The purpose is to prompt viewers into expressing their raw feelings/desires of what to rid from their life in 2018. This "social experiment" would allow the community to have a feel for what others are facing (in few words) as well as allow myself to collect information for my next series of work.

Funded by Pittsburgh, PA (January 2018)