Gig Economy Chutes and Ladders
37.5 x 27.75 inches | Archival inkjet print on canvas covered board, wood
In Gig Economy Chutes and Ladders, players move around through the board hoping to make it to the top quickly by landing at the bottom of ladders rather than at the top of chutes. The game walks players through the trials and tribulations of working a job in the gig economy. In the end, players are denied the ability to win based on unsubstantiated and poor customer satisfaction ratings.
Settlers of DC
37.75 x 24.75 inches | Archival inkjet print on canvas covered board, wood, polymer clay
Settlers of D.C. is a remake of the game, Settlers of Catan. In this version, players roll the dice to collect resources from the city and use those resources to build developments. Each player is assigned a different gentrifying force currently effecting Washington D.C.’s neighborhoods. These gentrifying forces include chain stores, Starbucks, millennials, Whole Foods, construction and Chipotle.
Electoral Risk: The Game of USA Domination
36.25 x 38.75 inches | Archival inkjet print on canvas covered board, wood
Electoral Risk is an examination of our current electoral college process through the lens of the classic board game, Risk. Through play, viewers will learn to develop common strategies employed by candidates to dominate the most strategic states to get to 270 electors. Electoral Risk equates current political campaign strategy with a war game.