The following describes events that took place each day in the gallery space from March 22nd to April 1st, 9am to 5pm 2006. Upon arrival to the Gallery I ate my bowl of granola (banana and yogurt) and then proceeded to Project: TNG 557 located in the main space. Utilizing repetition and routine as strategies I use my body to roll, fold, prop, unroll, unfold, lift, pull, shift, drag, lean, transform, manipulate etc the elements found in the gallery. The items are: seven solid copper rods, seven solid steel rods, seven beeswax tarps, pallet and a crate full of dulse (edible seaweed from New Brunswick). At noon I would take a lunch break and eat a stew I had made in the gallery the first day I arrived. After lunch I would return to Project: TNG 557 until 5 pm. I repeated this routine until I left on Saturday evening on April 1st. A video documenting the activities remained as accompaniment to the material in the gallery.
March 22 - April 1, 9am to 5pm, 2006
seven copper rods, seven steel rods, seven units of canvas and a crate of dulse
The New Gallery, Calgary, Alberta