In the Patient's Best Interest, 1991
The artist supplied preprinted forms to persons who wished to participate in the artwork. Those who filled in the forms offered commentary about their won interactions with their doctors, specialists, etc. They briefly described such interactions as unsatisfactory — interactions that resulted in a lack of input by the patient. In general the participants felt that their own information had been devalued, ignored, or unheard. Wall text and images included these handwritten forms and images of see-saw playground equipment.