Sixteenth Series: seeme(fluxme)tellme, 50 works created. "Fluxus artists think play undermines the seriousness of high art in its humor and irreverence and encourage participants to celebrate everyday actions instead of making and viewing static, valuable art objects. Fluxus games are more complex than simple and more fraught with meaning than mere insignificant amusement. On the other hand, you could simply read the instructions, get the joke, and laugh." This series celebrates two great Fluxus shows at MASSMOCA and MOMA . Collages placed August 26-September 30, 2010 in New York. Each collage consists of a 2 x 2 inch glassine bag, a tiny dice, and six instructional cards in grey and white. The instructions on the cards are borrowed and stolen from various sources ranging from my mom, to Jenny Holzer’s truisms, to the Dalai Lama’s Instructions for Life. On verso are the closure ART sticker, the instructions, written number of each work, and the email address. Did you see one? Did you play it? Tell me.