Failure Institute

With recent problems in the world, both politcal and financial, there has been some renewed interest in this prescient, ephemeral, think-tank first online as a website in 1994.
Failure Institute, as an idea, was born from a heated discussion between Peter Santino and Colin De Land in front of American Fine Arts Co. on Wooster Street in New York City's SOHO district back on a warm June afternoon in 1990.
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Failure Institute

Early Flash Media

There was a time, back in the late 1990's when I was convinced that Macromedia Flash (now Adobe Flash) in combination with the Internet was the medium I wished to work in more than any other.
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Macromedia Flash

CLEAN & NEAT

From 1983 through 1985, CLEAN & NEAT aired weekly on Manhattan Cable TV. A collaboration with my wife, Shirley Lee, more than 70 episodes of this early, art-oriented, public access show were created.
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CLEAN & NEAT

Certificates and Bank Notes

From 1991-2011, all the print material including certificates and the most recent Bank Note made for the Morris Graves Museum exhibition.
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Certificates