The Aesthetic Hazard Project is concerned with the spaces outside the art world; as a logical consequence of
working with these spaces it became evident that even though anything inside an art exhibition spaceart gallery, museum, etc.
could be art, not all the objects in those spaces are art. The Nonart Object Designation identifies examples of nonart contained
inside art exhibition spaces and identifies them as such with the label shown below:
Nonart Object Designation Project began in 2004.
This project serves to identify objects that, under certain circumstances of art history, exhibition context, or viewer decision, could be selected as potential candidates for consideration as art objects. By placing a Nonart Object Designation on these objects, they are clearly identified as not appropriate objects for consideration as art within the context of the exhibition space.