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The "Kill Me" series began with the Paradise Europe billboard project in Copenhagen (1992). The artist's personal home telephone number (in Köln, Germany) was printed across confrontational and oversexed images of the artist, exploring issues as varied as depression, sex chat lines, reality culture, and self-promotion.
A sequel version was produced in 1997 featured the artist's new telephone number in Toronto. The most controversial of the Art Metropole "Billboards by Artists" series, this work was not exhibited in downtown Toronto as intended due to a decision by Advertising Standards Canada.
A series of collages using Stern magazines was produced in the early '90s. These works featured a ransom note approach and were signed with the artist's name and phone number.


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