Tic-Tac-Toe consists of hundreds of camouflage X’s and O’s on an expanded grid. It has been placed in a public setting during the war in Iraq and left for viewers to interact with. The game is presented with no rules and no real sense of what a victory would consist of. One player can make a move and conceivably win while his or her competitor is winning somewhere else on the board.

Tic Tac Toe
approx. 10 x 10'
wood, fabric, acrylic paint, chalk

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