We took inspiration from Hungarian-born artist Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. In 1922 he ordered paintings from a sign factory by describing them over the telephone. This intellectual approach to Constructivist aims anticipated major themes that were to come with Conceptual art of the 1960s. The work raised questions about the definitions of art and the role of the artist. This act is also considered the first instance of Telematic Art. In the spirit of these “Telephone Pictures,” HiggsField Contemporary Art invited submissions from American art students of Danielle Reide, Professor at Herron School of Art and Design. The students submitted their proposals by calling a telephone number and leaving the gallery staff a voice message that described what was to be realized. We selected two artist’s proposals: Michael Helsley’s work “Breaking point” and Liz Wierzbicki ‘s “Architectural Tour of Bela Lajta”.