Draw A Line and Follow It, was a project that invited LA-based artists to participate in an improvisational process based on the Fluxus practices of the 60s and 70s. This exhibition strategically focused on collaborative processes, real-time art production, and collective networking. For the show, I produced a series of postcards, titled Locutores, about the impact of Spanish-language DJ’s on turning out high numbers of protestors for the immigrants’ rights marches on May Day 2006. The postcards were distributed widely and mailed back to the exhibition gallery with comments on people’s experiences with the DJ’s or the march.