NO  WHERE

NOW  HERE

 

Residency Exhibition XPO

ARE Holland, Enschede Netherlands

2018

liminal

ˈlɪmɪn(ə)l/

adjective

1. 
relating to a transitional or initial stage of a process.




2. 
occupying a position at, or on both sides of, a boundary or threshold.

3. liminal symbols of passage and transformation; doors, ladders, crossings, bridges, pallets.

 

 

No Where Now Here explores current issues of globalization and climate change through the lens of the liminal - a place betwixt and between. Our cultural landscapes are becoming increasingly crisscrossed and blurred through shifting borders and boundaries, directly impacting the growing challenges of migration and the transitory movement of people. Materials, images and objects reflecting concepts of liminality visually demonstrate transition and transformation - the visible and the invisible – the seen and unseen. In the exhibition the notion of 'space' and 'place' occurs in conjunction with ideas of the 'temporary' and 'permanent' creating a play between the real and the unreal - the No Where and the Now Here.

NO  WHERE

NOW  HERE

 

Kimoto Gallery

Vancouver BC Canada

2018

The Day Job

 

(First excerpt, 2016)

Single channel video

06:56 min

2003 - Ongoing

The Day Job started in 2003, this is the first excerpt from hundreds of hours of footage over the years. What started out as a day job has now become part of my routine, hiding art in hard to find places. To notice the unnoticeable, to look where no one does, like a quasi-archeological expedition of absurdity and truth, quixotic adventures of surprise and play. Remember, whatever you are looking at is just the surface layer. Peel it like an onion and see what you can find.

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Notes - Self Portrait

 

Standard loose leaf paper, pen, pencil, ink,various media and found bits, stamps, tape, stickers, correction pen, found detritus

11" x 8.5"  each page (28cm x 21.5cm)

2001 - Ongoing

 

I have carried a piece of paper and pen on my person everyday without exception since the summer of 2001. I collect and doodle and record until the paper is full on both sides. Then I date the end and start of a new paper which I fold in half 3 times. 

3 detail pages of notes unfolded out of 210 pages. It usually takes about one month to fill both sides of a paper.

40 Pages unfolded into a square

42 pages unfolded into a square

210 pages as of October 2017

210 pages as of October 2017

Self Portrait

 

All of my parking tickets and collection letters, sewn into an empty wallet, thread

3.5” x 12.5” x 1”   (8.9cm x 31.8cm x 2.5cm)

2012

Nomadic Recoils 

 

Residency Exhibition

Äkkigalleria, Jyväskylä Finland

August 20th - September 2nd, 2010 

 

Most of the material for this residency was found and salvaged from the surrounding landscape in the streets, old abandoned houses, farms and barns and then drawn on, combined with or

Re-coiled. Some materials were bought at local "kirppis", which are thrift stores or outside markets. This created a renewed investigation of familiar cultural objects challenging common perceptions of visual representation commenting on permanence and impermanence, community and history.

Hockey Night in Canada

 

Once Upon A Pond... pond hockey and global warming

Esplanade Art Gallery, Medicine Hat AB Canada Curated by Linda Sawchyn

2009

 

Also exhibited at Vancouver ArtWalk

during the Winter Olympics in Vancouver BC Canada, 2010

Installation View, Esplanade Art Gallery, Medicine Hat AB, Canada. 2009

Installation View, Esplanade Art Gallery, Medicine Hat AB, Canada. 2009

Climate Change Modified Canadian 5 dollar bill, 2.75" x 6" / 7cm x 15.2cm. 2009

War for Territory Salvaged hockey pucks, spray paint, found ceramic tile, salvaged glass 20" x 12" x 3" / 50.8cm x 30.5cm x 7.6cm. 2009

Core Canadian Salvaged wood, found tool, my slippers, skate blades, thread, screws, salvaged shoelace, Variable dimensions. 2009

L Wood found photograph, pencil, white-out, hockey tape, crayon, typewriter, ink, pin, ballon

Installation View, Esplanade Art Gallery, Medicine Hat AB, Canada. 2009

Beard Puck - Playoff Beard My beard, glue, home made photograph mounted on glass, typewriter ink, tape, steel, ink, tape. Variable dimensions. 2009

Beard Puck - Playoff Beard My beard, glue, home made photograph mounted on glass, typewriter ink, tape, steel, ink, tape. Variable dimensions. 2009

Studies in Amplification Series (Ampli-Skate) Video stills, One channel video (2009) 1999 - Ongoing

Ice skates, violin and cello pick-ups, RP-50 effect pedals, mini amplifiers, 1/4 jacks, batteries, tape, leather, thread, fabric Variable dimensions. 2009

Hockey Night in Vancouver, Installation View, ArtWalk during the Winter Olympics in Vancouver BC Canada, 2010

Hockey Night in Vancouver, Installation View, ArtWalk during the Winter Olympics in Vancouver BC Canada, 2010

$2010 LightJet Photograph, Ed. of 3. Made as protest for the 2010 Vancouver BC Winter Olympics

Project Flyleaf

 

Elliott Louis Gallery, Vancouver BC Canada

2006

 

fly’leaf” n. 1, a blank leaf at the beginning or end of a book.  2, flyleaves often carry pen trials and inscriptions concerning provenance.  3, used for structural reinforcement to protect the text in the event of worming or damage to the binding.

 

Each work in this series started with a flyleaf and the marks that happened to live on it. The flyleaf is left to the unpredictable course and nature of the books next owner.  Things that were written may become crossed out, or added onto.  A dialogue of spontaneous and uncertain mark making begins over the course of a books life.

Flyleaves ephemeral yet silent qualities draw on my obsession with opposites that simultaneously co-exist in perfect harmony.  

Project Flyleaf Installation View, Elliott Louis Gallery, Vancouver BC, Canada 2006

Re-Education, Salvaged books, school desk chair, screws, nails, glue, tape, hidden notes, pencil 32.5" x 16" x 12" / 82.6cm x 40.6cm x 30.5cm. 2006

Project Flyleaf Installation View, Elliott Louis Gallery, Vancouver BC, Canada 2006

Generation ATARI Salvaged flyleaf pages, acrylic paint, pencil, ink, crayon, oil pastel, water-colour, white-out, tape, graphite, on paper on panel. 96" x 48" / 244cm x 122cm 2006

Generation ATARI (DETAIL)

Project Flyleaf Installation View, Elliott Louis Gallery, Vancouver BC, Canada 2006

Project Flyleaf Installation View, Elliott Louis Gallery, Vancouver BC, Canada 2006

Entropy : The degradation of matter Salvaged books arranged by colour, hidden notes and drawings 2006 - Ongoing

Project Flyleaf Installation View, Elliott Louis Gallery, Vancouver BC, Canada 2006

Carbon Copy Pencil, oil pastel, found detritus paper, wood, felt, tape, water-colour. 9.5" x 4.5" x 1.5" / 24.1cm x 11.4cm x 4cm. 2006

Danny Lion Pencil, oil pastel, found detritus paper, wood, dandelions, 9.5" x 4.5" x 3.5" / 24.1cm x 11.4cm x 8.9cm. 2006

Self portrait as Hunter S. Thompson Pencil, oil pastel, found detritus paper, wood, 6" x 4.5" / 15cm x 11.4cm. 2006

Bird Flu's Bush, H5-N1 Pencil, oil pastel, crayon, found detritus paper, wood, 6" x 11" / 15cm x 28cm. 2006

Industrial Revolution Pencil, oil pastel, found detritus paper, wood, 9.5" x 4.5" / 24.1cm x 11.4cm. 2006

Generation ATARI flyleaf Pencil, oil pastel, found detritus paper, blood. 7" x 4.25" / 17.8cm x 10.8cm. 2006

le nuit chat Pencil, oil pastel, found detritus paper, crayon, thread. 7" x 4.25" / 17.8cm x 10.8cm. 2006

This is a recording Pencil, oil pastel, found detritus paper, salvaged ruler, fir. 13" x 11" / 33cm x 28cm. 2006

Barnacles for past pressed flowers Pencil, oil pastel, found detritus paper, crayon, wild pressed flowers, 11" x 5.5" / 28cm x 14cm. 2006

Sewn Pencil, oil pastel, thread, found detritus paper, shaved book end, wax string, wood clips, thread. 7" x 13" / 18cm x 33cm. 2006

Project Flyleaf Installation View, Elliott Louis Gallery, Vancouver BC, Canada 2006

Project Flyleaf Installation View, Elliott Louis Gallery, Vancouver BC, Canada 2006

Codex Dog Eared Thesaurus, 8.5" x 5.25" x 1.5" / 21.6cm x 13.3cm x 3.8cm. 2006

Project Flyleaf, Installation View, The Art Ark, Kelowna BC Canada 2007

Re-Education, Salvaged books, school desk chair, screws, nails, glue, tape, hidden notes, pencil, 32.5" x 16" x 12" / 82.6cm x 40.6cm x 30.5cm, 2006. chalk board paint, chalk, felt, salvaged pencil on panel, 49" x 24.25" / 124.50cm x 61.5cm, 2007

Where I lay my head is home

 

Site specific lay-downs around Earth

2006 − Ongoing

 

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This project started out in 2006 as a reaction and counter balance to the cliché “tourist photo” which has now become a cultural phenomenon known as the “Selfie”. Laying down on the ground in various locations around Earth reflects my ongoing curiosity with self-presentation in public and private spaces and the document of the here and now. There is a recurrent insistence to document the present while remembering the past, to keep a connection to tradition and a conservation of our social and cultural relationships to the landscape around us. This is how I remember.

 

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(un)common (playing)ground

 

Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna BC Canada Curated by Linda Sawchyn

2004

 

Injecting the unusual into the familiar by turning sports objects inside out.

 

(un)common (playing)ground 1, a (play)ground without rules. 2, taking something common and making it (un)common. 3, unity of opposites. 4, (with)out rules.

(un)common (playing)ground Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna BC Canada, Installation View, curated by Linda Sawchyn, 2004

(un)common (playing)ground Kelowna Art Gallery, Kelowna BC Canada, Installation View, curated by Linda Sawchyn, 2004

Inside out Pro league salvaged baseballs

Left: Inside out baseball glove and baseball 9.5" x 10.5" x 7" / 24.1cm x 26.7cm , 17.8cm 2004. Right: Inside out football 8" x 10" x 5" / 20.3cm x 24.4cm x 12.7cm. 2004

Dugout Baseball bat, tape, Variable dimensions. 2004

Self Portrait - Mailed Experiments

 

Variable Media and Dimensions

2004 - 2007

 

Mailed Series (2004 − 2007) How many times can I mail the same envelope to myself before the Post notifies me about it? : Envelope, stamps, ink, tape, postal marks, return to sender labels

Mailed Series (2004 − 2007) How many times can I mail the same envelope to myself before the Post notifies me about it? : Envelope, stamps, ink, tape, postal marks, return to sender labels

Mailed Series (2004 − 2007) How many times can I mail the same envelope to myself before the Post notifies me about it? : Envelope, stamps, ink, tape, postal marks, return to sender labels

Mailed Series (2004 − 2007) How many times can I mail the same envelope to myself before the Post notifies me about it? : Envelope, stamps, ink, tape, postal marks, return to sender labels

Mailed Series (2004 − 2007) (Detail)

Blind Leap of Faith Envelope, stamp, ink, tape, postal mark 2009

One Roll of Scotch 3M Translucent tape and its dispenser, ink, stamps, postal mark 2004

2nd attempt at mailing a Canadian 5 dollar bill just by sticking a stamp and address on top. postal mark 2006

Unscratched lotto ticket, typewriter, ink, stamp, postal mark 2006

Casette tape with recorded message for the Postman, typewriter ink, tape, stamps, postal marks 2006

Pamphlet from a post office, fake address with correct return to sender address, typewriter ink, tape, stamps, return to sender label, postal marks 2006

Birdhouse Intervention

 

I saw an unfinished birdhouse on my neighbours firewood pile. So I stole it and finished what I thought was the intended design. 5 months later I put it back on the firewood pile.  The hole drilled on the front measures the correct diameter for a sparrow.

 

January - June 2002

Birdhouse Intervention Site specific intervention, Wood, nails, hidden notes. 2002

Performance
 
Site Specific Interventions
 
Collaborations
 

The polite anarchist series 2000 - Ongoing Site specific happenings, performances, hidings, burying of notes and drawings, at various places I happen to be. Some are documented and most are not. Its become a part of my routine to inject the unusual into the familiar. Who finds these "artifacts", and when, is left to the cosmos.

The polite anarchist series Site specific intervention performances 2000 - Ongoing

The polite anarchist series (video still) Site specific intervention performances 2000 - Ongoing

The polite anarchist series (photo document of "the reverend" Alternator Gallery, Kelowna BC Canada 2000) Site specific intervention performances 2000 - Ongoing

The polite anarchist series (video still) Site specific intervention performances 2000 - Ongoing

The polite anarchist series (polaroid) Site specific intervention performances 2000 - Ongoing

Recipe for walls Elliott Louis Gallery, Vancouver BC Canada, 2012. Collaborative performance with Ya-chu Kang

Clamour and Toll, Candahar Bar Project, Playwrights Theatre Centre, curated by Eli Bornowsky, Vancouver BC Canada, 2010. Collaborative performance with Ya-chu Kang

Stone Soup, Grace Gallery, Vancouver BC Canada, 2009. 3 person collaboration with Lisa Birke and Eben Bender

Mossie, Bau-xi Gallery Vancouver BC Canada 2006, collaboration with Lisa Birke

Taking the Bridge, Unauthorized climb and amplification of Lions Gate Bridge in Vancouver BC Canada. National Radio Broadcast with CBC Radio One as part of the Deep Wireless Festival, New Adventures in Sound Art Festival (NAISA). 2006

Project Flyleaf Performance, Elliott Louis Gallery, Vancouver BC Canada, 2006

Raw & Cooked, Performance, Western Front Gallery, Vancouver BC Canada, 2004, with Eli Bornowsky and The RITA

Drain Wash Salvaged playing cards, canoe, wood, paddle, Various Dimensions, exhibited at The ArtArk, Kelowna BC Canada, 2003. Collaboration with Shayne Brandel and Jim Kalnin

Blind Faith Video Stills, One channel video, 2:42, 2009 - 2012 Click on the link below for Video

Studies in Amplification

 

Amplified objects - (ladder, axe, tennis racket, tank, ice skates, fly, bridge), guitar pick-ups, piezo mics, cello and violin pick-ups, RP-50 effect pedals, mini amplifiers, 1/4 jacks, batteries, tape, leather, thread, fabric

Variable Dimensions

1999 - Ongoing

 

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Amplified Axe and ladder Demonstration Performance, Celtic Shipyards, Vancouver BC Canada. 2009

Racket Performance, Signal & Noise, Video IN Studios, Vancouver BC Canada. 2005

Racket Performance, Elliott Louis Gallery, Vancouver BC Canada. 2006

Self Portrait                                                             



Oil pastel, pencil, ink, graphite, crayon, pen, thread, white-out, found detritus paper, tape, various glue, blood, stitches, hair, plastic, fabric, linseed oil, correction pen, flyleaf pages

7" x 4.5" each (approx.)  (17.8cm x 11.4cm)

1999 - Ongoing



I make two or three more every year, and will continue until my death.

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Hitchhiker with a Chair

Waiting, trying to move, while sitting.

Systematic confusion



 

On July 15, 2000 at 9:10 AM I headed out from Kelowna BC hitchhiking with a wooded chair across Canada to Laval Quebec.  It took 147 hours 2 minutes and a total of 23 rides.  I had everyone who picked me up sign the chair and leave their mark.

Once the public took the risk to stop, pick me up and transport the chair and I to another destination they ultimately became the performer for the duration of the ride.

 

A sound diary of the events that transpired was recorded with a tape recorder and all the participants were asked if hitchhiking with a chair is art.

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Documented with 35mm photographs, Polaroid photographs, a tape recorder, sketch book and the people who happened to drive by and see it.



This performance was part of an exchange between the Alternator Gallery in Kelowna BC and Gallerie Verticale in Laval Quebec.  It was exhibited in the exhibition "Unstable Motion" at the Gallerie Verticale Aug 3 - Sept 10, 2000. Curated by Marcel Saint-Pierre.

 

Sound design: Matieu St.Arnaud, Christian Nicolay and Martin Lord

Supported by the Canada Council for the Arts

 

 

Behind the harmless appearance of a week’s trip hitchhiking from British Columbia to Quebec lies a strategy of direct interaction with the spectator, of making people aware of art in practice.  By drawing the drivers attention to the nature and particular conditions of his artistic approach, Nicolay involves him in the final product, makes his participation a vital component of the work-as-action. Nicolay’s desire to involve art in daily life led to this performance of which was exhibited at Galerie Verticale in Laval Quebec, presenting all of the things he collected, photographed, tape recordings of the drivers who picked him up, drawings made on the road and visual debris. The trip’s purpose is made clear through a documentary restitution, in the gallery, of moves and waits, atmospheres and circumstances, silences and words exchanged.

 

-Marcel St.Pierre

 

 

 

 

Hitchhiking with a chair
Hitchhiking with a chair

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Kelowna BC to Laval QC 147 hours 2 minutes and 23 rides

Mailed letter

Everyone who picked me up signed the chair, as they became part of the work. Only 3 persons decided not to sign and be documented for this project.

Emergency money, kept a 20 in my sock

Day 1
Day 1

Full car, so he strapped the chair to his roof. That was really nice of him.

Day 4
Day 4

Just outside Dryden city limits. Asked me for my I.D. and I asked if I come out clean would you sign the chair.

A chance meeting outside Steinbeck Manitoba on the Highway. Paths are crossed, Franco Dirodi running across Canada raising money for children under the M.E.R.F. foundation. We exchange propaganda, he signs my chair and continues to run across Canada.

Everywhere I went the chair went with me

Rocket Train, Toronto ON
Rocket Train, Toronto ON

Only time I did not hitchhike, trying to get onto the 401 HWY.

the sketchbook

open pages from my sketchbook

Day 3
Day 3

Stuck in the sun waiting for a ride outside Winnepeg for 7 hours resulted in severe sunburn.

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ATLANTIS 

Various media

2001 - Ongoing


Nations rise and nations fall. 

Creation - Destruction - Creation - Destruction

ATLANTIS deconstructs American Flags and reconstructs them into art objects and not willingly destroyed or desecrated for that purpose.

ATLANTIS draws attention to the pitfalls of globalization, the instability of the international markets and corrupt financial institutions.

ATLANTIS combines ubiquitous and mundane materials making a commentary on national self-image and its inherent fragility.



 

No Where Now Here No. 250 Ripped and assembled periodical, scanned and digitally manipulated, printed on found paper and drawn on with ink, pencil, crayon, oil pastel, watercolour, tape, correction pen. 11" x 8.5" (28cm x 21.6cm) 2020

Atlantis, Safe & Secure, Nov 9, 2016 Bubble wrap, American flags, made in China labels, thread, polyester fiberfill, ribbon. Variable Dimensions. 2016

Atlantis American flags, Made in China labels, thread, polyester fiberfill, ribbon, sand, wood, Variable Dimensions. 2008 - Ongoing

Atlantis (Detail) American flags, made in China labels, thread, polyester fiberfill, ribbon, sand, wood, Variable Dimensions. 2008 - Ongoing

Inflation American flag, made in China labels, USD One dollar bills, thread, polyester fiberfill, ribbon, plastic, 10" x 7" x 7.5" each (25.4cm x 17.8cm x 19.1cm) 2008

Atlantis, Installation View, Alternator Gallery, Kelowna BC Canada, 2008

Atlantis, Installation View, Alternator Gallery, Kelowna BC Canada, 2008

Official USA voting machine Atlantis, Installation View, Alternator Gallery, Kelowna BC Canada, 2008

Atlantis, Installation View, Alternator Gallery, Kelowna BC Canada, 2008

Atlantis, Installation View, Masik Studios, Vancouver BC Canada, 2009

Federal Reserve Act USD One dollar bills, American flag, made in China label, thread, polyester fiberfill, ribbon 22" x 15" x 5" each (55.9cm x 38.1cm x 12.7cm) 2008

All of the American flags I ordered on ebay from the USA came individually wrapped in plastic with Made in China Labels sewn into each corner. It was appropriate that each flotation device I produced should have the labels sewn back in, and in some instances I made my own made in China labels to accompany the work.

Military Bases around the World American flag, made in China label, thread, polyester fiberfill, ribbon, 7700 pins, Variable Dimensions. 2009

Military Bases around the world (Detail)

Military Bases around the world (Detail)

Faith in Money Self made US dollar bills, laundry detergent, darts, glass, wood, salvaged ruler, tape, Variable Dimensions. 2009

Tower of Babel Flyleaf paper, wood, chalk, chalkboard paint, chia seeds, water, sponge, white-out, toilet paper, pencil, Variable Dimensions. 2006 - Ongoing

Tower of Babel (Detail)

Tower of Babel (Detail)

Tower of Babel (Detail)

Tower of Babel (Detail)

Tower of Babel (Detail)

Actions of Mass Construction Exploding paper caps, thread, Smith Corona typewriters, pencil, white-out, found detritus paper, acrylic paint, tape. Variable Dimensions, 2005

Actions of Mass Construction Exploding paper caps, thread, Smith Corona typewriters, pencil, white-out, found detritus paper, acrylic paint, tape. Variable Dimensions, 2005

Actions of Mass Construction (Detail)

Exploding paper caps (Detail)

Exploding paper caps (Detail)

Actions of Mass Construction (Detail)

Actions of Mass Construction (Detail)

From Freedom to Fascism Acrylic paint, watercolour, industrial house paint, coffee, blood, oil pastel, pencil, crayon, india ink, graphite, found detritus paper, collage, bubblegum, dust, lacquor thinner, damar, manipulated polaroid, string on paper, 50" x 38" (127cm x 96.5cm) 2001 - 2008

From Freedom to Fascism (Detail)

It's like a kitten in a bottle Acrylic paint, watercolour, industrial house paint, coffee, blood, oil pastel, pencil, crayon, india ink, graphite, found detritus paper, collage, bubblegum, dust, lacquor thinner, 40" x 52" (102cm x 132cm) Diptych. 2007-2008

Hope Floats Acrylic paint, watercolour, industrial house paint, coffee, blood, oil pastel, pencil, crayon, india ink, graphite, found detritus paper, collage, bubblegum, dust, thread, 50" x 38" (127cm x 96.5cm) 2008

Hope Floats (Detail)

Governing America Lacquer thinner on collage, india ink, acrylic paint, oil pastel, weeds, blood, coffee, tape, whiteout, found detritus paper, 11" x 26" (27.9cm x 66cm) 2008

Political Snakebite Acrylic Paint, watercolour, pencil, graphite, oil pastel, whiteout, blood, collage, found detritus paper on paper, 40" x 36" (101.6cm x 91.4cm) 2001 - 2002

Political Snakebite (Detail)

Trimming G.W.'s Bush Acrylic paint, watercolour, sewing paterns dipped in secret mixture, coffee, blood, oil pastel, pencil, crayon, india ink, graphite, found detritus paper, collage, first aid manual, egg styrofoam container, 48" x 35" (121.9cm x 88.9cm) 2002

Trimming G.W.'s Bush (Detail)

voTe 2008, Dracula vs Jesus sketches Acrylic paint, pen, pencil, white-out, blood, found detritus paper, sandpaper, stamps, 8" x 6" each (20.3cm x 15.2cm) 2007 - 2009

voTe, Dracula vs. Jesus Balloons, pencil, pen, pastel, white-out, blood, found detritus paper, sandpaper, stamps, Variable dimensions. 2009

Magazine page, pen, ink, white-out, bubblegum, tape, typewriter 12" x 8.5" (30.5cm x 21.6cm) 2009

Home of the Brave Salvaged wood, pencil, crayon, blood, tape, pencils, nails, 10" x 15" x 2" (25.4cm x 38.1cm x 5.08cm) 2008

Polaroid photograph, pen, white-out, smudged pencil, typewriter 2006

Atlantis (Wet Paint) American flags, made in China labels, thread, ribbon, polyester filberfill, salvaged wet paint sign, 22" x 15" x 5" each (55.9cm x 38.1cm x 12.7cm) 2008

Miss Atlantis, American flags altered into life preserver templates and layered into a dress, ribbon, thread, polyester fibrefill, made in China label. Vancouver Fashion Week, the Chapel, Vancouver BC Canada, 2008, collaborative performance with Pacificthorn

Miss Atlantis, American flags altered into life preserver templates and layered into a dress, ribbon, thread, polyester fibrefill, made in China label. Vancouver Fashion Week, the Chapel, Vancouver BC Canada, 2008, collaborative performance with Pacificthorn

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