Years ago, in the basement of the Guggenheim, I found an old cigarette machine that had been repurposed to dispense art. You inserted your money, and instead of a pack of cigarettes, you got a brown paper-wrapped piece of art the size of a pack of Marlboros. It was so fun I bought several. And the idea stuck with me. Fast forward several years, and a pile of plywood scraps inspired me to carry on the idea. Each of my collage blocks is the size of a deck of playing cards and is wrapped on all sides with vintage paper, images and other good stuff. They're meant to be played with–held in your hand, lined up on a table or a shelf, and arranged and rearranged to tell different stories.