The 01SJ Biennial (also known as ZERO1) is hosting my “Future Shock Nesting Boxes” in their “Small Wonders” exhibition located at the San Jose airport. The work was made courtesy of Electric Works SF back in 2005. Below is info from their website:

“Small Wonders”
Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport, North Concourse
June 2010 – June 2012

As part of the Airport Art & Technology program managed by the San José Office of Cultural Affairs Public Art Program (OCA), ZER01 has curated a modern day cabinet of curiosities that consists of artworks at the intersection of art, technology, and digital culture. Designed by Silicon Valley-based designer Shona Kitchen, Small Wonders features an array of work by national and international artists including: Saul Becker, Jim Campbell, Peter Chilvers, Beatriz da Costa, Amy Franceschini, Ken Goldberg and Karl Bohringer, Tad Hirsch, Misako Inaoka, Natalie Jeremijenko, Eduardo Kac, Robert J. Lang, Christopher Locke, Richard Pell, John F. Simon, Stephanie Syjuco, Daina Taimina, Gail Wight and more.

link to ZERO1 here.