Grudge is a month long performance and installation which uses post-it notes to re-purpose the gallery space into an area of contemplation and remembrance. Thousands of post its are adhered to the gallery walls, creating a surface of tangible memory. Over time the adhesion of the post its fails and they begin to fall, like autumn leaves littering the gallery floor. Alluding at once to the ravages of the AIDS epidemic, the failures of Alzheimers, and the vagaries of disinformation, Grudge is an ephemeral monument to the losses both trivial and tragic we all endure. This action is an elaboration of the piece presented in the summer of 2017 as part of Hundred Dollar Gallery's Festival of Performance Art.