This was a series of ephemeral living monuments in which I orchestrated 15 people to spread within one block on a busy downtown street at a weekday lunch hour and simultaneously hold one minute poses. At every five-minute interval each person stopped, closed their eyes and opened their mouths for one minute after which we would resume a normal pedestrian route.

But now I have to speak: Public Art as Social Intervention, symposium, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada, 1999

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