All you have to do is go to the show, figure out what you want, and express to her why. The gallery can give you her email address, or you can talk to her in person, today, until 5, in the gallery. The show is up through May 1.
This gift aspect of the show makes sense since the work is about the value of art in societies that are not modern and Western—and the transition that objects make when they enter modernized, Westernized spaces such as museums and galleries. Peck subtly compares that transition to the explosion of an atom bomb.
Here's her explaining in an email why she wants to give away her art. She does hope for an "offering" in return; there's no saying it has to be monetary, or even tangible.
The several sculptures I am giving away as offerings are indicated on the price list at the gallery with a star (& no price). It's my goal to pair people with particular offerings they like. I have a list of who would like what (people can email me the one they like). At the end of the show I will randomly choose a recipient for each offering according to the list.
In terms of my work, it is exciting to experiment with the idea of offering thanks in a personally meaningful way. To me it's about moving energy around continually or greasing the wheels?! When one makes an offering, it's a sacrifice and one does not ask for a tangible return. But I do have one hope that people who receive one of my offerings will make an offering of their own, analogous to the 'return gift' Hyde talks about. For reasons I am not totally aware of, it feels right and actually better to gift these particular sculptures I designated as offerings than selling then.