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THE PEDESTRIAN PROJECT / Exhibitions and Performances


Art in Odd Places presents “Pedestrian”, over 30 installations and performances on 14th St Manhattan, October, 3 Performances.

“Williamsburg Walks” sponsored by Northside Merchants Association, NAG, and Transportation Alternatives. Brooklyn, New York.


Prague Quadrennial, Old Town, Praha, Czech Republic. “Five Alive From Franklin Furnace”


19th International Sculpture Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.


Museum of Modern Art, Sculpture Garden, New York City. Sponsored by MOMA.


“Gate to Berlin”, Berlin, Germany. Performance and Exhibition.

“All That", Jones Beach, New York and PNC Art Center, New Jersey. Produced by Pace Variety Entertainment.

Columbus Arts Festival, Columbus, Ohio. June.

Belmont Park Racetrack, Queens, New York. June.


Detroit Arts Festival, Detroit, Michigan. September.

Utah Arts Festival, Salt Lake City, Utah. June.

Pedestrian Wedding, Trinity Church, NYC. Sponsored by Trinity Church and LMCC Council.


Brooklyn Animal Rights Coalition Annual Dog Parade, Sept. 21.

Atlanta Arts Festival and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia, September 4-14.

“Ex-centrics”, Waves Festival, Produced by Cantabile II, Vordingborg, Denmark, August

Halifax International Busker’s  Fare, Nova Scotia, August 5-11.

Denver Musicfest, Denver, CO., July 17, 18.

“Trading Goods”, Battery Park, New York City. March 29.

“Hunting ". Central Park, New York City. Easter Sunday. March 30.


“Signs of Life”, University of Delaware Campus, Newark, Delaware. April 11 and 12.

Earth Day 1996, Union Square Park, sponsored by Earth Day NY, April 27.

Denver International Festival, Denver, Colorado,. June 21-23.

Buskers Fare, produced by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, June 25-28.

International Festival of Arts and Ideas, New Haven, Connecticut, June 29-30.

“Suburbia" Music Video, Warner Bros. Directed by Jesse Peretz, August 2-5, Los Angeles, California.

Waterloo Busker Carnival, Waterloo, Ontario, August 22-26.

KUNST ART, Bockenheimer Depot, Frankfurt, Germany. Exhibition and Performances, Sept 5-8.

Soho Arts Festival, New York, NY, September 8.

Planie Galerie Guth & Maas, Reutlingen, Germany. Exhibition, September 16-Oct 6.

Annual Greenwich Village Halloween Parade, "Ped Witches on Rollerblades", October 31.

“Intro Graz Section”, Festival in Graz, Austria. Exhibition and Performance, Nov 26-30.

ACC Galerie, Weimar, Germany, Exhibition and Performance, December 6-January 1.


“Sweepers", Earth Day New York, 1991,1992,1994,1995 April.

“Pier III Show”, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, performance, Brooklyn, New York, April.

“Pedestrian Love Story", So Grand Studio, indoor performance, New York City, May.

"The Busker’s Fare", produced by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York City, June.

“Commuters", Grand Central Station, Performance at 8AM, New York City, June.

Coney Island Boardwalk, performance, Brooklyn, New York, June.

Tompkins Square Park, New York City, July.

Philadelphia's Seaport Museum, Grand Opening Celebration, July.

“Kill The Fly", P.S.122 (Performance Space 122), indoor staged performance, New York City, September.

Metropolitan Museum of Art, outdoor performance, New York City, October.

Greenwich Village Annual Halloween Parade, New York City, October.

“In-Line Skate", West Side Running Track, New YorkCity, November.

World Aids Day, Lower Manhattan, (passed out condoms and information on AIDS), December 1.

“Times Square Walk", New York City, December.


Seafirst Gallery, exhibition, Seattle, Washington. January.

“Seattle Tour", in conjunction with Pedestrian exhibition at Seafirst Gallery, Seattle, Washington, February.

"Shopping", Beverly Hills, Shopping District, Los Angeles, California, May.

The Limelight, collaboration with Billy Beyond, New York City, July.

“Peds With Bright Cone Wigs", Wigstock, Christopher Street Pier, New York City, September.

“BlackHearts" World Trade Center, Day Without Art, sponsored by LMCC, New York City, December 1.


The Krannert Art Museum, Exhibition and Video, Champaign, Illinois, January.

"Fighting For Life", The Supper Club, Benefit for DIFFA, (raises money for AIDS
research), NYC, May.

"The Busker’s Fare", Performances in Lower Manhattan, Sponsor LMCC, NYC, June.

“Man and Business", NASA, (Dance Club), indoor performance, NYC, June.

Federal Hall National Memorial, choreographed work, 26 Wall Street, NYC, June.

“Misplaced Hearts", AVE (Audio, Visual, Experimental) Festival, Arnhem, The Netherlands.

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts Inc., Exhibition with video and photographs, December.


“Signs of Life", Performance for public stairs, sponsored by Franklin Furnace, NYC, March.

“Puffing Chalk Dust", Boro Hall, Incinerator Hearings, Brooklyn NY, May.

“The Designers", The Limelight, opened for fashion show, NYC, July.

"Shoe Shopping", Trump Tower, sponsored by Charles Jourdan Inc., NYC, August.

P.S. 122, “Party Workers", benefit party, NYC, September.


“Many Hats", Easter Parade, 5th Avenue, NYC, March.

“Moon River", Fly Trap Art Exhibition, staged performance, Brooklyn, NY, June 12.


“Pedestrian Crossings", Cucaracha Theater, staged performance, NYC, July 12.

“Choreographed Social Stories” Court House Stairs, 60 Centre Street, NYC, November 7.


First Walk, Court District, Manhattan, November.