Daniel Jolliffe with his mobile art project, One Free Minute. Looking a little like a Little Tikes bike trailer mated with a Victrola by Atelier van Lieshout, the sculpture allows cellphone callers to leave one minute of anonymous, free speech that is then broadcast in public spaces. The recordings remain anonymous--caller ID data is purged and both live and recorded calls are randomly selected to be played out of the loudspeaker--and more than 1000 callers have participated, offering an array of free speech samples. The range? One caller decries how "f*&$ing terrifying" the Project for a New American Century is, while another performs the theme from Beverly Hills Cop as if he's a chicken.