Universal Mailbox

Sculpture, Video, Painting
2012

The Universal Mailbox lets you send a note to any person at any time at any place. It collapses space-time boundaries to construct a bridge between the past, present and future. In various incarnations, this acts as a relational artwork, where people can write notes, which they place in the mail slot. This mailbox is also the receptacle for the “Imagine 2049″ time capsule.

Selected Press
One Minute of Your Time, KQED Arts (2011).
San Francisco Chronicle

Exhibitions
Make Art, Not Landfill: the 25th Anniversary of the Artist In Residency Program,Thoreau Center for Sustainability, San Francisco, 2015
Regeneration, New York Hall of Science, New York, 2012-2013
Recology Alumni, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, 2012
Time, The Lab, San Francisco, 2011
Artist-in-Residence Show, Recology SF, San Francisco, 2011

Credits & Thanks
Thanks to support of Artist-in-Residence program at Recology San Francisco.