While maintaining their own robust artistic practices, William Powhida and Jade Townsend come together to turn their gimlet-eyed view of art world socio-economics into collaborative projects, beginning with an illicit spiked lemonade and souvenir stand they set up at PULSE Miami in 2009 (and which was promptly shut down). The stand, whose lemonade was doctored with cheap whiskey, stood in pointed contrast to the capital-saturated art fair. Since then, Powhida and Townsend have focused on making epic, diagrammatic drawings satirizing the art world’s social, artistic, and intellectual hierarchies and the impossible economics overshadowing everything. Their work is generated out of their shared experiences navigating the gallery-dealer-collector network and their desire to critically reflect the art world back at itself. Among their best-known pieces is ABMB Hooverville (2010), a dizzyingly detailed drawing of Art Basel Miami Beach as a Hooverville.