While some objects are exhibited for contemplation on the wall, or trapped in the ceiling in a net, The Meeting Game invites interaction and rewrites the meeting script. Participation here occurs as visitors wait in the lobby at Moore, or as art classes gather around the table, rather than in a spectacular event in public space with the artist. At the boardroom table in the gallery, facilitation objects are available for use, to encourage new forms of interpersonal exchange. Viewers are invited to watch the video, learn how to play the game, and roll a ball that corresponds to a way of speaking. In doing so, viewers may become more aware of the flow of dialogue in any conversation. This game, developed in collaboration with USFWC’s Executive Director, Esteban Kelly, will continue to be refined by the USFWC in nonart settings and also throughout the semester in workshops and public programs with the artist. In The Meeting, viewers are encouraged to be present with their concerns or curiosity about work, and about working together.