SNOW

2014 I was invited by Olympia Scarry and Neville Wakefield to take part in the show they curated called Elevation 1049. I decided to make a performance/snow drawing. The idea was that I would color a part of a ski slope with patches of food colors to make a large snow drawing. Once the drawing finished, the skiers would distribute the colors into a more abstract painting. Unfortunately, I don’t have any images of the later stage of the snow drawing. Sometimes artists forget to document their works. It does not matter for me; it was essential to be there and create the painting. It was a lot of fun.

Schneezeichnung, Snow Men, and Lights In The Snow are Photographs where I used snow as an inspiration.

Snow Drawing, 2014 Food coloring, sleds, strings Dimensions variable
Schneezeichnung, 2006, C-Print, 6 Ed. + 2 AP: 122 x 155 cm (48 x 61 in.)
Snowmen, 2006, C-Print , 6 Ed. + 2 AP: 122 x 155 cm (48 x 61 in.)
Lights In The Snow, 2018, C-Print, 6 Ed. + 2 AP: 122 x 155 cm (48 x 61 in.)