Lan Tuazon's art practice addresses circulation/distribution commodities and bodies in space as it relates to property and publicity. Current projects include Insert Magazine, an art magazine that inserts artistic content into mostly commercial publications. She is the curator of Invisible Graffiti Magnet Show where she exhibited artist made magnets onto Richard Serra’s Torqued Ellipse (2006). Serra’s work was stored in a shipping yard in the Bronx and why the curatorial art project culminated into a written manifesto on public intervention projects published by Redcat Gallery (2007). New York Watertaxi is her most recent curatorial art project with Marie Lorenz and in association with Drawing Center’s River to River Festival, where participants were taken to various places on the Hudson River for first sight drawings.