Artifacts in my Mouth
Performance/ intervention and photographs
Ste. Hyacinthe, Québec, 2003
I was given permission to put museum artifacts in my mouth. I opened the vitrines with the technician, and was allowed to experience the objects, with my tongue, lips, and sense of smell. I was permitted to put a peacock’s head, an Egyptian statuette, a lasso, an unknown bone, and a model of the moon into my mouth for a brief period.
The work was enacted at the Museum of Ste. Hyacinthe in Ste. Hyacinthe, Quebec in 2003.
- Vu, How To Draw Winter, Solo Exhibition, with catalogue essay by Amish Morrell, Winter 2006, Quebec City
- Artcite, The Moon in my Mouth, Solo Exhibiton and Visiting Artist Talk at University of Windsor, Spring 2006, Windsor, Ontario
- Truck Contemporary Art in Calgary, Sleeping with Cake, in ‘Mountain Standard Time: Festival of Performative Art’, Fall 2005, Calgary
- Mois de la Photo, How to Eat light, Solo Exhibition curated by Martha Langford at ‘Occurrence’, Fall 2005, Montreal
- CAFKA - Contemporary Art Forum Kitchener, Solo Exhibition as part of ‘Peace of Mind’, 2005, Kitchener, Ontario
- Saidye Bronfman Centre, The Winter Drawings, in the ‘Decarie Project’ Panel Discussion: Community Interventions: Commitments, Consensus, Conflict, Spring 2005, Montreal
- TRAFIC, Inter/nationale d'art actuel en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Spring 2005, Québec
- Gallery TPW, Warm Things To Chew For The Dead, (Solo Exhibition), during Contact 2004: Toronto
- Expression Centre d’exposition de Saint-Hyacinthe, Sleeping with Cake Series, curated by Patrice Loubier, for 'Orange: Saint Hyacinthe', 2003, Quebec