Fallen Fruit began by mapping the fruit growing in public space.  These maps provoked a set of questions about the nature of public space:  whose fruit is this?  why is it here?  is there another way to live in our neighborhoods? These investigations led us down a long, wandering path that interrogated how we use public space, how we think of the public, and what can be done with the idea of public art.

These have been exhibited extensively, including at the Hemispheric Institute in Bogota, Colombia, ACC in Weimar, Germany, Halle 14 in Leipzig Germany,  the Art/Sci Gallery at UCLA and Woodbury College.

Public Fruit Maps, dimensions variable, 2004-20013.