John Boyle-Singfield lives in Montreal. You can send him a message if you want to invite him to do something.

Things I Made: This is (a): Year: Category:
Untitled (Patreon Account) A crowdfunding account where I send videos of my personal inactivity to contributors.

Pledge $3: Each month, I will record myself doing nothing for one minute. You will receive the video file of this recording afterwards.

Pledge $180: Each month, I will record myself doing nothing for half an hour. You will receive the video file of this recording afterwards.

Pledge $600: Each month, I will record myself doing nothing for an hour. You will receive the video file of this recording afterwards.
Ongoing Web
Not Usually a Painting Guy but Geez A painting. 2016 Painting
Soft-Spoken Updates A serie of ASMR MP3s narrating essays related to philosophy, art and litterature. 2016 Sound
Agreement on the Assignment of a Work of Art A document that I use for ghostwriting my own work into multiple identities. This contract can serve as a tool for experimenting on different modes of identification related to the creative act. 2016 Document
Entente sur la cession d'une oeuvre d'art The french version of Agreement on the Assignment of a Work of Art. 2016 Document
Une version particulièrement stable de l'apocalypse A serie of playlists made since 2016. In this work, one can see the figure of the artist as a content provider for the end-times or just wander in the collected fragments of a personal account. 2016 Playlist
Terms of Service (Performance) A performance of Terms of Service at La Licorne Theather, Montreal. 2015 Performance
Coffee Break I recorded 8 hours of my internet browser at night, located at www.starbucks.ca. The page is refreshed automatically every few seconds, showing a constant connection to the Starbucks server. Nothing seems to happen for a long while, then the server starts crashing, enters in maintenance mode and finally goes back to normal. 2015 Video
Terms of Service (Printed Book) A music adaptation of Google's Terms of Service (effective during summer 2013). It emerges from a desire to increase the visibility of an important text, by using music and mass-media displays. 2014 eBook