Stop At Nothing
2013, intervention as part of the Parkdale Film & Video Showcase, programme of video works installed in storefront windows.
An accompanying text read:
"I had hoped to upstage the other artists in the Parkdale Film & Video Showcase with an ambitious, highly memorable project. Unfortunately the project didn't pan out.
So I decided that the next best thing would be to sabotage all the other video installations instead.
Throughout the weekend, I attempted to covertly turn off each window video monitor in the show using a universal remote control, in the hopes that the other artists who did manage to make memorable work would not be remembered either."