The Winter Drawings
Performance/ drawing/ sculpture/ photographs
As part of a community intervention project organized by the Saidye Bronfman Centre, I worked at several neighbourhood schools directing the students to enact various conceptual instructions for sketchbook projects.
The resulting works such as The Winter Drawings – where students ripped drawing paper into small pieces and tossed them into the air like snow, and The Kilometre Drawings – where students cut and taped strips of drawing paper to form a ball consisting of one continuous kilometre; manifested themselves in various performances and sculptures. The actions and objects were finally documented and exhibited as a comprehensive series of large framed photo-text works.
The work was enacted at Marymount Academy and Lower Canada College in Montreal in 2005.
- Vu, How To Draw Winter, Solo Exhibition, with catalogue essay by Amish Morrell, Winter 2006, Quebec City
- Saidye Bronfman Centre, Decarie, part of the group exhibition curated by John Zeppetelli, 2005, Montreal