|EVERYBODY WORKS BUT THE VACANT LOT, 2011
An installation of variable dimensions and expressions that purports to show the ephemera a lost political movement. Based on Henry George, the late 19th Century American land reform advocate and a social theorist, EWBTVL imagines a past wherein a robust political movement arose around George's ideas. As a remnant of that past, the overly-postered partition walls (the likes of which one finds around work sites and vacant lots) and torn fragments suggest a present where this movement has fallen out of popularity. Which is to say that as a work of historical fiction, EWBTVL hews closely to historical fact.