Eleven Months Mourning: August 19, 2007 - July 14, 2008 reaches beyond the secular realm where death and grieving are often an unreasonably short amount of time. Goodman committed to an eleven month mourning project based on the Jewish Mourning tradition where in a group setting a child says the Mourner's Kaddish for her parent every day for eleven months after his death. Using handmade paper as the consistent material, the strategies include month long daily practices of ripping, casting, wheatpasting, giving away, and dissolving in public places.