This page features a selection of still images from various projects and exhibitions that represent the scope of FICTILIS’s work and experience relevant to our application to the Zellerbach Family Foundation Community Arts Grant. Please use your browser’s controls to scroll.
FICTILIS, Collections, 2012, exhibition series.
An ongoing curatorial project collecting collections, curated and installed by FICTILIS. 4 images.
FICTILIS, Wildcat Hauling, 2015,video installation.
A video installation for the Princeton School of Architecture’s “Tracing Waste” exhibition. 2 images.
FICTILIS, Talking About the Weather, 2014, multimedia.
A series of scripts and graphics about the language of climate change, developed for an exhibition at Science Gallery (Dublin). Visitors enacted the scripts and recorded themselves doing weather reports. 3 images.
FICTILIS, Wildcat Hauling, 2014, social practice project.
A long-term project recruiting local haulers to address illegal dumping in West Oakland. Project includes a wide range of multimedia documentation. 2 images.
FICTILIS, Vague Notions, 2014, social practice project, dimensions variable.
A month-long participatory curatorial project inviting community members to free, public “brainstorming” sessions, including a live telematic video brainstorm between Oakland and Los Angeles. 2 images.
FICTILIS, True Cost Market, 2014, installation and performance.
An installation/performance project in which “externalities” of food production are incorporated into retail prices. Included extensive research and consultation with scientists and nonprofits, multimedia production, and interacting with public. 2 images; second is staged.
FICTILIS, 10-22-38 Astoria #1 and #2, 2012-2013, installation/exhibition series.
FICTILIS, My Dinner With ‘My Dinner With Andre’, 2012, installation, performance.
FICTILIS, America’s Largest, 2014- present, multimedia documentary.
An ongoing documentary project about objects and sites of superlative size in the United States. Requires research, travel, fieldwork, and multimedia production.
FICTILIS, Colors of Commerce, Interlife Crisis, Cat Faces 2011-2012, exhibitions.
Various multimedia exhibitions curated and installed by FICTILIS, featuring dozens of works in a variety of forms from international multimedia artists. 3 images.
FICTILIS, City Streets, 2012, installation with cut vinyl, 8’ x 30’.
FICTILIS, Supercut, 2015, curatorial program for large-scale projection.