Katerina Seda 'For Every Dog a Different Master' - Documenta 12, Kassel, Germany: 2007 Printed shirts in envelopes. Identical shirts, printed with a design based on the tower blocks were distributed amongst residents. Seda noted names from doorbells and buzzers of apartments in the block. After an intricate process of matching, each resident was posted a shirt - apparently by another resident in the block.
Santiago Sierra 'Veterans of the Wars of Afghanistan, Iraq and Northern Ireland Standing in the Corner' - 11 Rooms (Manchester Arts Gallery, Manchester International Festival, 2011)
As a child, travelling on the bus from Brno Lisen into the more recently-built, Nova Lisen, Seda had noticed how people stopped greeting one another and indeed her, as if she had become invisible ... as an artist she decided to use this invisibility to attempt to affect a “paradigm shift” in the network of social relationships of her town. Seda printed a rather nice shirt, sporting an image of the multi-coloured 1970s housing project... http://www.artcornwall.org/feature_documenta_12.htm