Yarn Bomb - Augustana College
Yarn Bomb - Augustana College

Collaborative community art project in conjunction with visiting artist Carol Humel, Augustana College, Figge Museum of art, Longfellow Liberal Arts, Creative Arts Academy, Western IL University, St. Ambrose University and 100+ community member volunteers. 2017

Yarn Bomb - Figge Museum of Art
Yarn Bomb - Figge Museum of Art

Collaborative community art project in conjunction with visiting artist Carol Humel, Augustana College, Figge Museum of art, Longfellow Liberal Arts, Creative Arts Academy, Western IL University, St. Ambrose University and 100+ community member volunteers. 2017

Reformance - The Salon
Reformance - The Salon

What happens when you take the tele out of television? This project experiments with fluid roles between the audience and artist. Participants deliver (instead of passively receive) short lines from television, film, songs, books, etc. Performance at Augustana College presented by Vickie Phipps, Margaret France, Megan Havard, Ronda Phipps. Music by Kevin Carton 2014

Reformance - The Salon
Reformance - The Salon

What happens when you take the tele out of television? This project experiments with fluid roles between the audience and artist. Participants deliver (instead of passively receive) short lines from television, film, songs, books, etc. Performance at Augustana College presented by Vickie Phipps, Margaret France, Megan Havard, Ronda Phipps. Music by Kevin Carton 2014

Motile Gallery
Motile Gallery

The Motile Gallery project is about community and around every corner, people stop…point… and are surprised to run into… ART. Davenport, IA 2015

Motile Gallery
Motile Gallery

A show from the Question, Mark. project, by Vickie Phipps. Special thanks to Immanuel Kant, Devyn Absher and Eric Mathis. Augustana College 2016

Motile Gallery
Motile Gallery

3 Bicycles & Fabricated Steel Motiles. Performative Happenings and Motile Gallery Installations Various Locations 2013- Present

Motile Gallery
Motile Gallery

Black and White Prints Curated by Peggy Leland Knoxville, TN 2013

ReHAPPENING - 2012
ReHAPPENING - 2012
Reply'all @ Black Mountain College
Reply'all @ Black Mountain College

Why is everyone staring at their phones? We get a glimpse at just that as the private blends into the public during REPLY’ALL: The REPLY’ALL crew asks people to share the last text message they received by writing it on a post card. The REPLY’ALL scribes reconstruct the messages on the side of a motile using magnetic letters. {Re}Happening at Black Mountain College, NC 2012

Reply'all @ Black Mountain College
Reply'all @ Black Mountain College

Why is everyone staring at their phones? We get a glimpse at just that as the private blends into the public during REPLY’ALL: The REPLY’ALL crew asks people to share the last text message they received by writing it on a post card. The REPLY’ALL scribes reconstruct the messages on the side of a motile using magnetic letters. {Re}Happening at Black Mountain College, NC 2012

2 x 4 Gallery
2 x 4 Gallery

144 stacked 2” x 4”s, Steel Frame As an experience, the How do I Look? environments provides a framework encouraging the fluid role of participants as sometimes audience members, sometimes artist and yes, sometimes art. As an art show, How do I Look? is entirely dependent on participants to supply the images for the show. Lox 2012

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How Do I Look?
How Do I Look?

As an experience, the How do I Look? environments provides a framework encouraging the fluid role of participants as sometimes audience members, sometimes artist and yes, sometimes art. As an art show, How do I Look? is entirely dependent on participants to supply the images for the show. Images are submitted by scanning a QR code or sending an email. Once submitted, the pictures instantaneously became part. 2” x 4” Gallery, Steel, Participants, LOX, 2012

How Do I Look?
How Do I Look?

As an experience, the How do I Look? environments provides a framework encouraging the fluid role of participants as sometimes audience members, sometimes artist and yes, sometimes art. As an art show, How do I Look? is entirely dependent on participants to supply the images for the show. Images are submitted by scanning a QR code or sending an email. Once submitted, the pictures instantaneously became part. 2” x 4” Gallery, Steel, Participants, LOX, 2012

How Do I Look?
How Do I Look?

As an experience, the How do I Look? environments provides a framework encouraging the fluid role of participants as sometimes audience members, sometimes artist and yes, sometimes art. As an art show, How do I Look? is entirely dependent on participants to supply the images for the show. Images are submitted by scanning a QR code or sending an email. Once submitted, the pictures instantaneously became part. 2” x 4” Gallery, Steel, Participants, LOX, 2012

How Do I Look?
How Do I Look?

Living Sculpture Performance During the audience generated art show… and through a process of decentralized WOM (word of mouth) communications, groups converge throughout the night as a living sculpture and then disperse as if nothing happened. Can you pick out The Thinker? Incredible Hulk? John Travolta?

Drive Thru - MEntal & Glamour
Drive Thru - MEntal & Glamour

The Drive Thru as a multi-layered performance event and art installation: A series of signs seek to frame conversation and invite reflection on our culture. Scribes work The Drive Thru asking the curious who approach two questions: “What do you drive?” and “What drives you?” The responses are combined to create a group-authored script. in collaboration with VIIC KEER OSSTTAPPH, Knoxville, TN, 2011 Mixed media, dimensions vary.

Drive Thru - Don't
Drive Thru - Don't

The Drive Thru as a multi-layered performance event and art installation: A series of signs seek to frame conversation and invite reflection on our culture. Scribes work The Drive Thru asking the curious who approach two questions: “What do you drive?” and “What drives you?” The responses are combined to create a group-authored script. in collaboration with VIIC KEER OSSTTAPPH, Knoxville, TN, 2011 Mixed media, dimensions vary.

Drive Thru - MeFirst
Drive Thru - MeFirst

The Drive Thru as a multi-layered performance event and art installation: A series of signs seek to frame conversation and invite reflection on our culture. Scribes work The Drive Thru asking the curious who approach two questions: “What do you drive?” and “What drives you?” The responses are combined to create a group-authored script. in collaboration with VIIC KEER OSSTTAPPH, Knoxville, TN, 2011 Mixed media, dimensions vary.

Drive Thru - Needs Limit5
Drive Thru - Needs Limit5

The Drive Thru as a multi-layered performance event and art installation: A series of signs seek to frame conversation and invite reflection on our culture. Scribes work The Drive Thru asking the curious who approach two questions: “What do you drive?” and “What drives you?” The responses are combined to create a group-authored script. in collaboration with VIIC KEER OSSTTAPPH, Knoxville, TN, 2011 Mixed media, dimensions vary.

Drive Thru - Needs Limit10
Drive Thru - Needs Limit10

The Drive Thru as a multi-layered performance event and art installation: A series of signs seek to frame conversation and invite reflection on our culture. Scribes work The Drive Thru asking the curious who approach two questions: “What do you drive?” and “What drives you?” The responses are combined to create a group-authored script. in collaboration with VIIC KEER OSSTTAPPH, Knoxville, TN, 2011 Mixed media, dimensions vary.

Drive Thru - Blind Drive
Drive Thru - Blind Drive

The Drive Thru as a multi-layered performance event and art installation: A series of signs seek to frame conversation and invite reflection on our culture. Scribes work The Drive Thru asking the curious who approach two questions: “What do you drive?” and “What drives you?” The responses are combined to create a group-authored script. in collaboration with VIIC KEER OSSTTAPPH, Knoxville, TN, 2011 Mixed media, dimensions vary.

Art Police
Art Police

An unscripted performance in which passerby’s could take an oath to uphold beauty and then begin issuing tickets around the art building at will. More serious offenders were booked and jailed. Knoxville, TN 2009, Mixed Media with Fabricated Iron Jail cell

Art Police
Art Police

An unscripted performance in which passerby’s could take an oath to uphold beauty and then begin issuing tickets around the art building at will. More serious offenders were booked and jailed. Knoxville, TN 2009, Mixed Media with Fabricated Iron Jail cell

Art Police
Art Police

An unscripted performance in which passerby’s could take an oath to uphold beauty and then begin issuing tickets around the art building at will. More serious offenders were booked and jailed. Knoxville, TN 2009, Mixed Media with Fabricated Iron Jail cell

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