The “write me a poem” project is an experiment in public art. By making the viewer into the producer of the artwork, it attempts to blur the line between artist and consumer. The flyers, originally intended to occupy bulletin boards in public spaces, are now being displayed in a wider variety of venues, from public walls to gallery spaces and everywhere in between. As well as obscuring the traditional role of the view, this project also aims to undermine the idea that galleries are the sole venue for displaying art by using non-traditional spaces as well as non-traditional means of distribution.
It's website shall serve as a record of the many works that make up the entirety of this project. The website itself is from a time before I cared about design. While I’m tempted to update it I will allow it to remain in its original state for now.