Steve Lambert

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About Steve

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“Steve Lambert, a conceptual artist […], is, depending on your perspective, a wry cultural critic or a loose cannon who must be stopped.” – Adweek Magazine

“Many artists aspire to be revolutionary, but Steve Lambert is truly original and radical.“ – Sarah Kirk Hanley, print curator

“He’s an artist, activist, interventionist, teacher, leader, role model, and technology guru.“ – Michelle Levy, Elizabeth Foundation

“Steve Lambert – his person and his work – exists on a continuum in a long line of absurdist provocateurs hell bent on changing the world for the better one sincere, well-formed, slightly ridiculous gesture at a time.” – Sam Gould, artist, Red76

“Steve Lambert has been a provocateur for over ten years now, and he continues to shock, inpire, and spur us to action” – Patrick Frank, author and art historian.

“That’s a wonderful spoof!” – Howard Zinn, historian, regarding Emma Goldman Institute for Anarchist Studies

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Recent Work

Instructable: Meth Lab Cold Brew Coffee Method August 07, 2016

Instructable: Meth Lab Cold Brew Coffee Method

With the Meth Lab Cold Brew Coffee Method, you can brew 800ml of coffee concentrate from 12oz of

Addendum and Add-Art May 14, 2016

Addendum and Add-Art

Addendum is a new Kadist program that replaces web ads with visual essays by artists. It’s a complete overhaul of Add-Art for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. The new version also allows you to create your own visual essays and share them with friends. You can install it at addendum.kadist.org and contribute at add-art.org. Thanks to

No One Wants To Watch a Drum Circle (and something for the letters section of The Sun magazine) November 05, 2015

No One Wants To Watch a Drum Circle (and something for the letters section of The Sun magazine)

Back in 2011 I wrote a short piece called “No One Wants to Watch a Drum Circle” for

“An Artist Reflects on When to Walk Away” Creative Time Reports September 20, 2015

“An Artist Reflects on When to Walk Away” Creative Time Reports

Published on Creative Time Reports The maker of “Capitalism Works for Me” on corporate philanthropy’s role in the art world, the ethics and compromises of getting paid, and who deserves public scrutiny. On October 10, 2014, my stomach was in knots. I was at home in Beacon, NY, trying to swallow my lunch while my

June 07, 2015

London Day 6: Natalie Bennett

Natalie Bennett (leader of the UK Green Party) and I talk capitalism!

June 06, 2015

London Day 5: Old Street

Powerful stuff yesterday: “I come from a privileged background and the system is set up to benefit me. So, absolutely, I benefit every day from a system set up for inequality” So many thoughtful Londoners!

June 05, 2015

London Day 4: Chrisp Street Market

London Day 4: Capitalism lost BIG yesterday at Chrisp St. Market – a more working class and minority area. We had more participation there than any other location in London and some very smart analysis. Here’s a sample…

June 04, 2015

London Day 3: Old Spitalfields Market

Here we had the most participants, and the first day Capitalism came out on top. But hear what

June 03, 2015

London Day 2: Rosebury Avenue

Capitalism Works For Me! True/False for the 2 Degrees Festival, Day 2 of a 6 day tour of

June 02, 2015

London Day 1: Clerkenwell Green

Capitalism Works For Me! True/False for the 2 Degrees Festival, Day 1 of a 6 day tour of

Podcast: The Pop Culture Salvage Expeditions March 07, 2015

Podcast: The Pop Culture Salvage Expeditions

I’m doing a podcast with Stephen Duncombe and Patricia Jerido from the Center for Artistic Activism. Each month