Every time Jankowski is invited to give a talk or take part in a panel discussion, he takes a photograph of the audience assembled. He thus turns the group of onlookers into an object of examination, perhaps causing them to reconsider the unspoken rules of etiquette that allow them to peer at speakers but speakers only to stare blankly back at the audience. In installation, the photo series serves as a catalogue of audiences. Meanwhile, details emerge regarding the occasion, the audience, and the nature of the institution where Jankowski spoke.
C-prints, 10 15 cm, edition of 5, II; work in progress