Take a bucket of water to the chalkboards and stake out a spot for yourself at a chalkboard. Everyone should have some space to themselves.

Dip your butt plug in the bucket of water and use it to draw on the chalkboard. Draw your family.

If you run out of family members, draw others who are not part of your family. Continue until the entire chalkboard is wet. No dry parts should be showing.

After the chalkboards are entirely wet, repeat this process using the floor as your chalkboard...

— “Manual for an Ancient Form Precluding Spectators,” performance score for Triumph School Manual Project, organized by Ruslana Lichtzier and Ryan Coffey, summer 2017

Included in Propositional Attitudes: What do we do now?, edited by John Burtle and Elana Mann, Golden Spike Press, 2018