1980-84, 3:29 min, color, sound
1983, 29 sec, color, sound
1984, 53 sec, color, sound
1983, 1:37 min, color, sound
1982, 30 sec, color, sound

Spots is a compilation of four Public Service Announcements created for television. The Ritz is an ad for an exhibition, sponsored by Washington Project on the Arts/Collaborative Projects, which was held at the Ritz Hotel in Washington, D.C. Postage Paid is a humorous "political advertisement" in which Geller contemplates his receipt of campaign mail from Reagan's Presidential Task Force. Using the Spectacolor Sign in Times Square, In Case of Nuclear Attack flashes ironic safety tips on what to do in the event of a nuclear attack. Times Square Show is a promotion for the controversial exhibition, held in an abandoned building near Times Square in 1980, that introduced influential work by new artists.