Packard Jennings: Neocolonial Signage Intervention

Neocolonial Signage Intervention

Packard Jennings will covertly install signage at a series of neocolonial corporate sites: banks, major corporate buildings, fast-food restaurants, and big box stores. They will be in the style of conventional signage, but the images and text will be modified to be aggressive, provocative, humorous, and critical.


Packard Jennings is a multi-disciplinary artist from the United States who uses appropriation, humor, and interventionist tactics to explore public spaces and address political and corporate transgressions against public interests. His work has been published in Artforum, Flash Art, the Believer, Adbusters, the Washington Post, and the front page of the New York Times.