Museum of Capitalism
a museum that historicizes capitalism through exhibitions and other programs
a series of walks following the paths that human waste travels along hidden infrastructure, tieing awareness of social and environmental aspects of sanitation to embodied experience
True Cost Market
a research project and installation/exhibition exploring how food costs are affected by various social and environmental issues, in the form of a "true cost" grocery store
10.-22.-38 Astoria* is an ongoing project in which FICTILIS transforms a space into a functioning pop-up copy shop that is pre-stocked with a wide selection of ready-to-copy artworks by thousands of artists from all over the world.
a suite of multimedia projects on environmental justice centering around a collaborative remediation of public dumping in West Oakland
An ongoing collection of collections that use creative categorization or otherwise draw attention to the processes and politics of collecting. A full exhibition in Seattle, 2012.
Talking About The Weather
a project about the language used to describe weather - in official terminologies and colloquial analogies - and the political consequences
a research project and series of site-based interventions exploring the role of the neighbor and the potential as well as the limitations of neighborliness
A collection and study of food packaging that depicts pastoral landscapes, farms and agricultural technologies, and workers and other persons involved in food production or distribution.
a 4-week series of free, public brainstorming sessions at Interface Gallery in Oakland, CA, on topics submitted by gallery visitors and via an open call, facilitated by FICTILIS and special guest artists
Flag Field was a collaboration with physicist Zach Corse as part of the Giant Steps exhibition curated by Greg Lundgren at King Street Station.
Circumtext is a literary event where participants share texts that they did not write.