(fik tilˈ əs) adj. capable of being molded or changed; earthen [Latin fictilis]
FICTILIS is the collaborative practice of Andrea Steves and Timothy Furstnau.
We make projects.
FICTILIS operated a studio with gallery storefront in downtown Seattle from 2010-2012. Here is some of what we did there. We now have a studio in Oakland, and continue to curate shows and events in the Bay Area and beyond.
344 Lewis Street
Oakland, CA 94607
A literary event where participants share only texts that they themselves did not write – especially pieces that are not already recognized for their “literary” quality, by entities not known as “authors”.
An invitation to modify a piece of paper in a non-artistic way (see instructions at link).
A serial installation that transforms a space into a massive exhibition and functioning copy shop featuring thousands of ready-to-copy artworks from all over the world.