This textile, installation and video art piece (without audio) is part of my MFA studio work for Vermont College of Fine Arts. The reference to the job-type of 'pink slips' is intentional, and continues a theme seen in other performance art/installation pieces such as is documented in 'Document Shredding' (vimeo.com/44407068) and 'Onion Cutting' (vimeo.com/44400347). Other videos in the 'pink slip' art project including documenting the wrapping of buildings with repeated paper pink slips as seen in vimeo.com/47584371 and vimeo.com/46484699. Pink Slips Flying was a temporary installation and wind sculpture, following in the same vein as 'Avenue As River' (vimeo.com/45613108), 'Guilford Fabric Art' (vimeo.com/45126682), 'Fabric Art and Cooking Project' (vimeo.com/43436082), and 'SkyWindEarthFlow 2011' (vimeo.com/35176523). All of these efforts are part of (or lead into) the larger project started by Cai in 2012, Art=WorkStrengthenNourish. This is the third installation video on Pink Slippers, the first two released in the past two months at vimeo.com/52202213 and vimeo.com/54745724. There were four pink slips sewn and secured outside by me, three on the rhododendron and one from the signage. [The installation is on the major east-west route through southern Vermont.] One morning, they were gone, overnight. To document their loss, I put together an image of the four slips the way they were before the disappearance. I took photos of the outside afterwards with the slips gone. Then, I made another image to show the position of the missing slips by filling in the shape of the slips as only white. Fortunately I had sewn eight slips altogether at the start. The other four were on display in the gallery vestibule. To replace the four stolen slips, I took the other four from inside and put them outside. Where the slips had been displayed I made an outline with archival tape on the wall, like the chalk outlines one sees on the street and sidewalk at a crime scene. As soon as I saw the first four slips were stolen, I realized that this theft must be part of the Pink Slip Project, one of the activities of the ongoing 'performance.'