For a 2009 exhibition at Heist in NYC, I transformed the gallery into a fully functional "bodega-style" market. Leading up to the opening we announced that Heist was going out of business, closed down, and then reopened as "The Eisenberg Deli & Grocery" after the owner of Heist, Talia Eisenberg. Over the course of the month we confused a lot of the neighborhood, pissed off the Chinese mafia types, got busted by the police, and convinced a fair number of the art audience that Heist was no more. In the end it was a bit of a reverse shopdrop. Or maybe a reverse reverse shoplift? (Heist shut its doors for good not soon after our fake closing.)