The People’s Post Office by Caro Clark Clark crafted 14 wooden mailboxes which she hung at the entrances to all the staff and residents’ 2nd floor studios, and installed a Post Office on the museum’s main floor, including drop box, Elsewhere postmark stamp, and PO Boxes for offsite staff. Her project was a functional reinterpretation of The People’s Post Office, a previous project which explored letter writing through a collection of letters with hypothetical, accidental or forgotten authors and recipients. Clark left the New PPO as objects built to inspire a new mode of dialog in the museum, with the acknowledgment that silence can be as much of an engagement as communication.