Opus 46 (2009) was made after the Fluxus artist Eric Anderson’s Opus 46 (1963), reconstructing his sentence “This sentence should not be read by more than one person at the same time” based on the snippets returned from Google Books search results.

Another version of the piece was created as a site-specific installation for the exhibition “Words on Paper, Words on Screen” curated by Stephen Vitiello at the James Branch Cabell Library, Richmond, VA (2009).  That version used the specific library’s collection as the text source and presented as wall signs each of which pointing to the library catalog number of the book the phrase is to be found, as well as the page number and the location on the page.