For my contribution to the Jerome Fellowship exhibition at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design I asked MCAD students to implicate their parents in the artwork. Approximately 60 students sent form-letters from me to their parents. These letters asked that parents send care-packages for their sons or daughters to the gallery. On opening night there was a stack of 37 boxes arranged next to a desk in the gallery. During the reception I collected polaroid pictures of students holding their boxes and asked each of them to record a list of the package contents in a binder that would remain on display for the duration of the exhibition. Creating an intervention that transformed the social dynamic of the opening night event, almost all of the students chose to open their packages in the gallery during the reception. Students were also invited to donate objects to be left in the gallery for display until the show closed.