In 2009, Jason Stoneking wrote a series of essays based on titles supplied by the artist Markus Hansen. It began as an exercise in overcoming writer’s block. But as the project went on, new questions emerged. If one artist picks a subject and another creates the work, then who is responsible for the content? How important are the choices of subject and title? Do they really impose parameters on a piece? Or does the writer, like a lost dog, always find his way back to someplace familiar no matter where he is left to start from? Audience of One is the complete collection of those essays, in their original order.