Tuesday, March 30, 2010

sash event

1. go into wealthy family's house
2. take shoes off
3. preceed to kitchen windows
4. take sash out
5. put shoes on
6. take to vehicle
7. fix window
8. take to house
9. take shoes off
10. put sash back in window
11. preceed to next window
12. take sash out
13. put shoes on
14. take to vehicle
15. fix window
16. take to house
17. take shoes off
18. put sash back in window
19. preceed to next window
20. take sash out
21. put shoes on
22. take vehicle
23. fix window
24. take to house
25. take shoes off
26. put sash back in window

27. assure the homeowner their problem is fixed but results may vary.
drive away and light cigarette

billings montana march 30th 2010

Monday, March 29, 2010

cardboard and whats inside

for twenty windows:

take glass out.
put glass in.

take sash out
put sash in.

repeat till all windows are done.

lockwood montana on a rainy day.

Friday, March 26, 2010


1. Open window
2. Throw out genre; close window
3. Open & close window multiple times for each genre tossed
4. Let 'em back in, honey it's cold outside

(eyes used for tooth support)

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

March 17th 2010 between Laurel and Billings Montana

old farm house. built 40 years ago.

white weathershield picture window with two casement flankers

performed six times. three for each flanker

two cats and an old lady attended the performs

Thursday, March 11, 2010

terrace version, billings montana

March 10th performed twice in one house at 1:00 and 1:30ish. a visions 2000 triple slider was the instrument of choice. improvisation for fox news and screw gun was the musical piece for this performance.

march 11th performed one more time at same location. encore. music sound of daughter and mother of house chatting with me. a discussion group on how to open windows took place after the show.

made forty bucks at this show. it was so good she didn't even realize i had performed this monumental piece for her. money well spent.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

by crank sturgeon

1:32 pm. Garage window. Too many openings. Oh no! Ono!