I select or invent processes and materials to fit each concept from multimedia installations to sculptures and original etchings. Intrigue and curiosity call visitors to explore new environments, traces and collections. Some installations may recall displays in science or anthropology museums. Process based pieces include series of sculptures created by the movements of everyday life including an ongoing series of worn minimalist shoes (183 pairs since 1991). I obsessively accumulate and transform conceptually interesting, useless but precious objects.

Many of my works indirectly comment on global contemporary society including wastefulness, environmental negligence, digital invasion, pharmaceutical foods or lack of observation. Addictions, collections or obsessive attachments to useless things such as food residues, single socks, empty pickle jars, junk food, weeds, plastic bags or junk mail fascinate me. In recent projects with weed roots, potato peels, dryer lint and single socks, I collect useless objects from my Facebook friends referring to changes of priorities in contemporary society. Collaborations and interactions with others are an essential part of the process. In recent interactive projects, I bring visitors to socialize around food and handmade objects. I am interested in social and experimental forms of art, in art that blends with life and makes people think.

My art is a series of experiments, chance discoveries and reflections on everyday life. For me, if people remember what they see, it is art.


Viviane Le Courtois creates process based, conceptual and participatory art since 1989. Her installations, performances, sculptures, videos and prints often intrigue visitors by connecting art to everyday life. Her works often comment on social and environmental issues. She has traveled in over 40 countries using 183 pairs of shoes as a sculptural performance. In 2004, she invented a non-toxic etching process using Kombucha.

Viviane Le Courtois was born in France in 1969. She moved to the US in 1994, and currently lives in Denver, Colorado. She received a Diplôme National Supérieur d'Expression Plastique from the Ecole Pilote Internationale d'art et de Recherches in Nice, France in 1992 and a MA in Art History from the University of Denver in 2000. She was awarded a Korea Foundation fellowship in 1993 and the Westword's Mastermind Award in Visual Arts in 2009. She has exhibited in the US, France and Ireland including at the Passerelle Art Center in France and at the Regional Cultural Art Center in Donegal. Her works has been see nationally at Mobius in Boston, The Williamsburg Art Center in New York, 601 Tully in Syracuse, Ohio State University, Neo Rio in New Mexico, and at many venues in Colorado, including Rocky Mountain School of Art + Design, Regis University, RedLine, the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver and the Denver Botanical Gardens. In 2012, she presented her first solo museum exhibition: Edible?, 22 years of working with food, at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. She has since created site specific interactive projects for the city of Boulder, the Biennale of the Americas, the Denver Art Museum and Neo Rio. She was an artist in residence at RedLine from 2008 to 2011, at Sustainability Park from 2011 to 2014 and at the Denver Art Museum in 2016. Viviane Le Courtois is also a curator, a teacher and a world traveler. Since 2001, she is the studio and gallery Program Manager at DAVA (Downtown Aurora Visual Arts), a nonprofit community art center. She taught at the Metropolitan State College of Denver and at the University of Colorado in Denver. She is the co-founder and conceptual director of Processus, Institute for Art and Life, a co-working space for artists. Processus opened in February 2015 in collaboration with Christopher R. Perez.

Viviane Le Courtois Born in France in 1969. Lives and works in USA since 1994 EDUCATION 1990-1992 Diplôme National Supérieur d’Expression Plastique, (MFA equivalent) Ecole Pilote Internationale d’Art et de Recherches/ Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Art, Villa Arson, Nice, France 1997-2000 Master in Art History, (Contemporary Art) University of Denver, Colorado, USA 1987-1990 Diplôme National d’Arts Plastiques with Jury Honors, (BFA equivalent) École des Beaux-Arts, Nantes, France AWARDS / FELLOWSHIPS / RESIDENCIES 2016 Creative in Residence, Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO 2011- 2014 Resident Artist at Sustainability Park, Denver CO 2012 Museum Art Educator of the Year, Colorado Art Education Association, CO 2008- 2011 RedLine Artist Residency, Denver CO 2009 Mastermind Award in Visual Arts, Westword, CO 1998-1999 Temple Hoyne Buell Fellowship, Denver, CO 1997-1999 Dean’s Scholarship, Department of Art and Art History, University of Denver, CO 1997 Visual Art Fellowship, Somerville Arts Council, MA 1993 Korea Foundation Artist Fellowship, Seoul, South Korea 1991 Erasmus Scholarship for study at Edinburgh College of Art, Scotland 1987-1992 Scholarships from the Ministère de la Culture, France TEACHING EXPERIENCE Installation Art, University of Colorado Denver, Fall 2016. Visiting Artist Sculpture, Art Student League of Denver at Processus, Fall 2016, Instructor Sculpture and Printmaking, Processus, Institute for Art and Life, Denver, CO, 2014- present, A co-working space for artists. Co-Founder and Instructor Ceramics, Sculpture, Drawing, Printmaking and Interdisciplinary Art, Downtown Aurora Visual Arts (DAVA)- Open studio for 7 to 17 years old. 2000- present. Studio Program Manager/ Art Instructor 3D Design/ Sculpture, University of Colorado at Denver, 2009 - 2013, Lecturer Art and Social Practice, University of Colorado Boulder, 2012, Guest Critic Sculpture, University of Colorado at Denver - Fall 2007, Visiting Artist/ Substitute Professor Iron Casting, Iron pours and preparation workshops with University of Colorado, Denver at Ironton Studios, the Global Artists Symposium, Vail, CO; Western Cast Iron Conference, Denver, CO; Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO and Iron Tribe, New Mexico Highlands University, NM; and other locations regionally. 2006-2016, Guest Artist Art Appreciation, Metropolitan State College of Denver, 2000- 2001, Lecturer French, Alliance Française, Denver, 1998-2001, Instructor Ceramics, Villa Arson, Nice, France, 1991-1992, Teaching Assistant LECTURES and PANELS Neo Rio, Cerro, New Mexico, 2016 Denver Botanical Gardens, Denver, 2016 Seminar on Creative Placemaking, University of Denver, 2015 American Public Garden Association Conference, Denver CO, 2014 Colorado Photographic Art Center, Denver, CO 2014 601 Tully, Syracuse, NY, 2013 University of Colorado Denver, CO, 2013 Pecha Kucha Denver, CO, 2012 Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, CO, 2012 Red Rocks Community College, CO, 2011 RedLine, Denver, CO 2011 Art Student League of Denver, CO 2011 Red Rocks Community College, CO, 2010 Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, 2010 University of Colorado, Denver, CO, 2009 University of Denver, CO, 2009 Regis University, Denver, CO, 2008 University of Colorado, Denver, CO, 2007 Denver School of the Arts, Denver, CO, 2006 Ironton Gallery, Denver, CO, 2006 Self Made, Denver, CO, 2005 Downtown Aurora Visual Arts, Aurora, CO, 2005 Alliance For Contemporary Art, Grant St. Studios, Denver, CO, 2004 Colorado State University studio tour and lecture, Grant St. Studios, Denver CO, 2004 Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, CO, 2002 Metropolitan State College of Denver, Contemporary Art. Denver CO, 1999 Mobius, Boston, MA, 1997 Somerville Public Library, Somerville MA, 1997 Passerelle Art Center, Brest, France, 1996 SELECTED EXHIBITIONS (*solo exhibitions) 2016 Reconciliations, Sculptures for Humans and Pollinators, Site specific project created for Neo Rio, Rio Grande Del Norte National Monument, New Mexico Curated by Claire Coté, Director, LEAP (Land, Art, Environment and Place) 2016 Sand + Iron, Curtis Art and Humanities Center, Greenwood Village, CO 2016 Seeds, Dairy Art Center, Boulder, CO Curated By Lee Lee 2016 Raw, Cooked, Fermented: Works by Viviane Le Courtois. Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver CO * 2016 Global thinking Pod, participatory installation/ artist residency, Denver Art Museum, Denver CO * 2016 The Etching Show, Open Press, Denver, CO. Curated by Mark Lunning, Master Printer. 2016 Hybrid. Regional Cultural Center, Letterkenny, County Donegal, Ireland. US Irish exchange exhibition, curated by Rian Kerrane (Part 2) 2015 Fired, Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Arvada, CO 2014 Biotic, Pearl Conard Gallery, Ohio State University (Mansfield), OH Curated by Jennifer Gard and Alana Yon (Ohio State University) 2014 Open Press, 25 years of Printmaking, McNichols Civic Center Building, Denver, CO. Curated by Mark Lunning, Master Printer. 2013 Rescued Memories, a temporary public art project commissioned by the City of Boulder and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO as part of the Flood Project: Rising Above and Restoring Boulder through Art. 2013 Nourish, An Exploration of Consumption, 601 Tully, Syracuse, NY Curated by Jillian Nakornthap (Curator, 601 Tully, Syracuse University) 2013 Music for Animals, Biennial of the Americas, Civic Center Park, Denver, CO Curated by Chris Kallmyer (Machine Project, LA; and Adam Lerner, Director, Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver). 2013 Launch Pad. Mission 2: The Land, Sunshine Canyon, CO Curated by Petra Sertic and Alvin P. Gregorio. 2013 CSArt, Denver Botanical Garden and Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, CO (Commission and events) 2013 Iron Tribe, Burris Hall Art Gallery, New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM Curated by David Lobdell, Associate Professor of Art, New Mexico Highlands University 2012 Occupying Potato, Islip Art Museum, Long Island, NY 2012 Hybrid. US-Irish exchange exhibition (part 1), RedLine, Denver, CO Curated by Rian Kerrane 2012 Edible? 22 years of working with food, including the new interactive installation The Garden of Earthy Delights. Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO* Curated by Petra Sertic and David Dadone 2011 Au: Exchange, RedLine, Denver, CO Curated by Cortney Stell, Gallery Director, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. 2011 Potato Revolution, Williamsburg Art Center, Brooklyn, NY Curated by Jeffrey Allen Price. 2011 Design for the Other 90%, RedLine, Denver, CO Curated by John Grant in conjunction with the Smithsonian National Design Museum Exhibition. 2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge Bicycle Art Project, Denver International Airport, CO. Curated by Ivar Zeile, Director, Plus Gallery, Denver, CO. Commission. 2011 Do It, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, Lakewood, CO Curated by Cortney Stell, Gallery Director, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design 2011 Thought Objects, RedLine, Denver, CO Curated by Mark Sink, founder, Month of Photography, Colorado 2011 Iron Tribe, Burris Hall Art Gallery, New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM Curated by David Lobdell, Associate Professor of Art, New Mexico Highlands University 2011 Just Paper, Art Student League of Denver, CO Curated By Mark Lunning, Master Printer, Open Press and Emilio Lobato, Artist 2010 How to Eat an Artichoke?, RedLine, Denver CO Curated by Elissa Auther, Independent Curator 2010 Chaussures, (126 pairs), Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver in conjunction with the Biennial of the Americas, Denver, CO Curated by Adam Lerner and Paul Andersen 2010 National Iron, Missoula Art Museum, Missoula, MT Juried by Stephen Glueckert, Curator, Missoula Art Museum 2009 DenMi, Denver Artists in Miami sponsored by the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs, Art Basel, Miami, FL Curated by John McEnroe 2009 Procrastinations #1- RedLine, Denver, CO 2009 Crossed Existence: 40 Years of (un) Related Memories; a collaborative installation with Andrew Novick and Sabin Aell. Hinterland, Denver, CO 2008 Trickle Down, Object and Thought, Denver, CO (3 person show). Curated by Paco Proano and Brittany Schall 2008 Process/Vision/Print, O’Sullivan Art Gallery, Regis University, Denver, CO (4 person show) Curated by Eugene Stewart-Huidobro, Associate Professor of Fine Art, Regis University 2008 Sculpture/Figure, Emmanuel Gallery, University of Colorado-Denver, CO Curated by Shannon Corrigan, Emmanuel Gallery 2008 Alumni Exhibition, Victoria H Myhren Gallery, University of Denver, Denver, CO. Juried by Lisa Tamaris Becker, Gallery Director, University of Colorado, Boulder 2007 Chaussures, (103 pairs) installation at Philip J. Steele Gallery, Rocky Mountain School of Art and Design, Lakewood, CO* 2006 Derniers Soupirs, installation at Ironton Gallery, Denver, CO* 2005 Contaminations, installation at Studio Aiello, Denver CO* 2004 digital.movement.04. Weilworks Gallery, Denver, CO Curated by Tracey Weil, Director, Weilworks Gallery 2004 Open Press, Gallery of Contemporary Art/ University Of Colorado/ Colorado Springs, CO Curated by Mark Lunning, Master Printer, Open Press 2004 Fiberish, Fiber Arts Invitational, Studio Aiello, Denver, CO Curated by Monica Aiello, Gallery Director, Studio Aiello 2003 Junk Mail, Installation at Studio Aiello, Denver, CO* 2003 Pickles, installation at Pirate: A Contemporary Art Oasis, Denver, CO* 2002 Fossilizations, Installations at Pirate: A Contemporary Art Oasis, Denver, CO* 2001 Residues, Installations at Pirate: A Contemporary Art Oasis, Denver, CO* 2000 The Mushroom Lab, Installation at Edge Gallery, Denver CO* 2000 Sculpted by Everyday Life, Installations at Pirate: A Contemporary Art Oasis, Denver CO* 1997 Ephemeral Rituals, Ink drawings and Photographs at Somerville Public Library, Somerville MA* 1997 Kombucha World: Graphic Prayers for the Beginning of Creation, Installation at Mobius, Boston, MA* 1996 Errances Insolites ou l’Eternel Retour de Voyage, Installations at Passerelle Art Center, Brest, France (3 person show) Curated by Bruno Chevillotte, Passerelle Art Center 1992 Les mystères de l’auberge espagnole, Villa Arson, Nice, France 1992 Pull!, Galerie Art Concept, Nice, France 1992 DNSEP (MFA) Exhibition, Installations at Villa Arson, Nice, France* COLLECTIONS CSArt Colorado, 2013 University of Denver Library Special Book Collection, Denver (CO) Denver Print Collector’s Club, Open Press, Denver, (CO) Private collections in the US, France and Australia CURATORIAL EXPERIENCE: Co-founder, Curator, Processus, Denver, 2014-present Gallery Manager, Downtown Aurora Visual Arts (DAVA), Aurora, CO, 2001-present Curator, Artists' Footprints, RedLine Denver, in conjunction with the Biennial of the Americas, Denver, CO, 2010 Chair, Exhibition Committee, RedLine Denver, 2009-2011 Exhibition Coordinator, 2nd degree of Separation, RedLine Denver, 2010 Exhibition Coordinator, Denver/ Miami Cultural Exchange, DenMi, 2009 Exhibition Co-Coordinator, Spatial Investigations, RedLine Denver 2008 Volunteer/Staff, PR and Education, Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, 1998-1999 Curatorial Intern, Denver Art Museum, Asian Art, 1998-1999 Staff, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1996 Curatorial intern, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, 1996-1997 Intern, Howard Yezerski Gallery, Boston, 1996 PUBLICATIONS: Rescued Memories, book, blurb,com, 2014 Artist's Footprints, Exhibition catalog, blurb.com, 2010 Chaussures, blurb.com, 2010 Making Art Come Alive: A Role for Live Animals in Installation and Performance Art in the 1990’s. Eye Level, A Quarterly Journal of Contemporary Visual Culture, issue # 1, Autumn 2001: 3-5 Journey through the Ink: The Paintings of Gao Xingjian. Eye Level, a quarterly Journal of Contemporary Visual Culture, issue # 2, winter 2002: 10-11. Lauri Lynnxe Murphy: From Macro to Micro. Life and Art beyond Grid Paintings. A Quarterly Journal of Contemporary Visual Culture, issue # 3, summer 2002 PROFESSIONAL SERVICE: Juror, Cherry Arts Festival at Stanley, Colorado, 2016 Juror, student exhibition, University of Denver 2016 Juror, 528.0 Denver: A Regional Juried Printmaking Exhibition, The Invisible Museum, 2012 Juror, RedLine artist in residence selection committee, 2011 Public Art Selection Panel, City of Denver, Colorado, 2009-2010 Juror, Tiny Iron, Downtown Aurora Visual Arts, for the Western Iron Casting Conference, 2008 Juror, Metro Now, Student exhibition, Emmanuel Gallery, Metropolitan State College of Denver, 2008 Active member of RINO Art district, Denver, 2005-present www.rivernorthart.com Public Art Selection Panels, City of Aurora, Colorado, 2004-2005 TRAVELS: From 1987 to 2016, traveled in France, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Great Britain, Germany, Greece, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Switzerland, Austria, Senegal, Gambia, Turkey, Russia, Mongolia, China, Nepal, Tibet, India, South Korea, Canada, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Peru and USA (31 States) LANGUAGES: Fluent in French and English, intermediate level of Spanish. SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY: Exhibition Catalogs: Edible? 22 years of working with Food, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder, CO, 2012 Do it, Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, Lakewood, CO, 2011 Carnets de Voyages, Passerelle Art Center, Brest, France, 1996 Articles: Raynaldi, Marc Ray, Don’t Miss This : Art you can Eat, The Denver Post, June 4, 2016, http://www.denverpost.com/2016/06/04/dont-miss-this-viviane-le-courtois-art-you-can-eat/ Froyd, Susan, Raw, Cooked, Fermented, http://www.westword.com/event/raw-cooked-fermented-works-by-viviane-le-courtois-7585045 Kopke, Jaime, help artist Viviane Le Courtois Create a Global Thining Pod, Marhc 10, 2016 http://denverartmuseum.org/article/help-artist-viviane-le-courtois-create-global-thinking-pod Rupersburg, Nicole, Viviane Le Courtois creates processes and Processus, Creative Exchange/Springboard for the Arts, August 2014, http://www.springboardexchange.org/people/vivianelecourtois.aspx http://www.confluence-denver.com/features/viviane_le_courtois_082014.aspx Froyd, Susan, Viviane Le Courtois helps Boulder flood victims pick up the pieces through Rescued Memories, Westword Blog, December 9th, 2013. http://blogs.westword.com/showandtell/2013/12/rescued_memories_viviane_le_co.php Davis, Bre, Life as Art, Westword Calendar, December 5th, 2013. http://www.westword.com/2013-12-05/calendar/life-as-art/ Froyd, Susan, Artist Viviane Le Courtois seeks Boulder flood relics for new sculpture, Westword blog, November 1, 2013. http://blogs.westword.com/showandtell/2013/11/viviane_le_courtois_rescued_me.php Rubino, Joe, Boulder Residents encouraged to participate in post flood art projects, Boulder Daily Camera, October 25th, 2013. Rinaldi, Ray Mark, The Denver Post. http://www.denverpost.com/entertainment/ci_23725005/biennial-americas-highs-and-lows-city-wide-smash#ixzz2aJLqGqjT Jacobson, Aileen, The Potato, as Art and Instrument, The New York Times. P L19, October 14, 2014 http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/14/nyregion/three-exhibitions-elevate-the-lowly-potato-at-the-islip-museum.html? Rinaldi, Ray Mark, At RedLine, Colorado and Irish artists take on each others' lands, The Denver Post, August 19, 2012. http://www.denverpost.com/entertainment/ci_21331228/colorado-and-irish-artists-take-each-others-lands#ixzz28aCKlDk0 Accomazzo, David, Boulder Weekly, Uncomfortable Cuisine. June 7, 2012 http://www.boulderweekly.com/article-8864-uncomfortable-cuisine.html Young, Quentin, Boulder Daily Camera, BMoCA's 'Edible?' makes views both hungry and queasy, April 5, 2012. http://www.dailycamera.com/variety/ci_20254245/bmocas-edible-makes-views-both-hungry-and-queasy Berkovitch, Ellen, Adobe Airstream, interview on A2 media, March 5, 2012 http://adobeairstream.com/a2- media/edible-social-action-through-an-art-installation-at-bmoca/ Froyd, Susan. Follow the Decay of Viviane Le Courtois’ earthborn artworks at BMoCA, Westword, February 25, 2012 Garneau, Nicole. How would you define edible? Denver Museum of Nature and Science Blog, http://www.dmns.org/science/museum-scientists/nicole-garneau/the-genetics-lab/research-updates/how-would-you-define-edible/ Friedmann, Kali and Growald, Danny. Affordable design comes to Denver-“Design for the other 90%” – Paul Polak’s Blog. http://blog.paulpolak.com/?m=201107 Cross, Andy. A Kind of Spoken Art, Denver and the West, The Denver Post, Friday August 5, 2011, 1B RedLine Denver Blog. Interview with Viviane Le Courtois. http://redlineart.org/blog/art-blog-design-for-the-other-90.html Froyd, Susan. Westword Art and Culture Blog. Design for the Other 90% reinvents the wheel and more, tonight at RedLine. Fri., Jul. 8 2011. http://blogs.westword.com/showandtell/2011/07/design_for_the_other_90_redline.php Isaac, Eric and Keen, Michael, Untitled Art Show (interview), June 2011, www.untitledartshow.com Andersen, Paul and Lerner, Adam, Energy Effects: Art and Artefacts from the Landscape of Glorious Excess, Arcade, Architecture and Design in the Northwest, Volume 29, Winter 2010. http://www.arcadejournal.com/public/IssueArticle.aspx?Volume=29&Issue=2&Article=426 Froyd, Susan, Westword blogs, November 23, 2010. http://blogs.westword.com/showandtell/2010/11/viviane_le_courtois_redline.php Isaac, Eric and Keen, Michael, Untitled Art Show (interview), October 7th, 2010, www.untitledartshow.com Dyer, Erin, Juxtapoz, Jux in Denver, Aug 27,2010 http://www.juxtapoz.com/Erin+Dyer/26335-jux-in-denver Hunt, Holly, California Literary Review, Energy Effects at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver, August 18, 2010, http://calitreview.com/11059 MacMillan, Kyle, The Denver Post, Art, artifacts and excess collide in a combustible energy exhibit at Denver's MCA, August 6, 2010. Goebel, Leanne, Adobe Airstream.com, Art Review: Energy Effects at MCA Denver -The art and fictions of excess. July 18, 2010, http://www.adobeairstream.com Madrigal, Alexis, The Atlantic.com, Nuclear Bombs as Art: A Stunning Exhibition About the (Physical) Powers That Be, Jul 15 2010, http://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2010/07/stunning-exhibition-slideshow/59842 Paglia, Michael, Westword, Marvelous Contemporary Shows fill RedLine and Edge, October 27, 2009. Froyd, Susan, Westword, Kindred Spirits, June 2009 Paglia, Michael, Westword, Mastermind Awards 2009, February 18-24, 2009. Froyd, Susan, Westword, Trickle Down, October 2008. Hamel, Ken, denverarts.org, January 2008. http://denverarts.org/exhibits/student_and_alumni_exhibition_at_du.html Griffith, Kristal, DU today, January 10, 2008. Paige, Molly, Art Laced with Commentary, Cairn, Colorado’s Cultural Guidepost. http://www.cairnmag.com/content/view/40/59/ Taft, Katie, This Week in Denver, June 2007. www.thisweekindenver.com Paglia, Michael, Thinking Hard, Westword, February 1-7, 2007: 42 Darnell, Meredith, Colorado Expression Magazine, August-September 2006: 78-79 Hadley-Hooper Jill, Interview, The Rino Crow, Electronic Newsletter, August 2006. www.rivernorthart.com Froyd, Susan, Last Breaths, Westword, July 20-26, 2006: 5,33 Cumming Rice, Anne, DAVA peppering senses, The Aurora Sentinel and Daily Sun,. June 30th, and June 31st, 2005 Heller, Jason, preview, Feast your Eyes on This. Westword: 36, June 30th-July 6th, 2005 Paglia, Michael, review, artbeat, Westword, April 14th, 2005 Chandler, Mary Voelz, review, Rocky Mountain News, April 15th, 2005 Paglia, Michael, In Stitches, Westword, July 1-7, 2004 Renoult, Marie, Les moisissures, source d’alteration et de création dans l’art contemporain. Mémoire, Ecole d’Art d’Avignon, France, 2002-2003. Mac Millan, Kyle, Studio Aiello Ideal for Large Scale Art, Video Installations, The Denver Post, June 6, 2003:20FF Chandler, Mary Voelz, A Surplus of Inventive Ideas, Rocky Mountain News, June 6, 2003: 19D. Paglia, Mickael, Artbeat: Surplus, Westword, May 29- June 4, 2003. Chandler, Mary Voelz, Review, Rocky Mountain News, February 21, 2003. Brown, Randy. Watch Out!, Eye Level: A Journal of Contemporary Art and Culture, issue #4, Winter 2003: 15 Shoenfeld, Zoe. Knocking your Socks off, GO-GO Magazine, March 7-21, 2002: 25 Chandler, Mary Voelz. Review, Rocky Mountain News, Spotlight, March 2, 2002: 5E Schroeder, Dennis. Freedom is... Rocky Mountain News, Spotlight, December 15th, 2001 Chandler, Mary Voelz. Review, Rocky Mountain News, March 2, 2001 Froyd, Suzan. Night and Day, Westword, February 22, 2001. Knowles, Dana. 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En attendant que ça pousse
This piece was created after instructions by Rirkrit Tiravanija for a Do It exhibit at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design curated by Cortney Lane Stell. The original Do It concept was created by Hans Ulrich Obrist. This exhibition creatively follows the online instructions found at e-flux/projects/do_it. At the opening, I made curry paste according to the recipe and served samples. Visitors could take a jar of curry paste with them. The smell of the curry invaded the entire gallery space. During the rest of the exhibition, I grew the plants needed to make curry paste during the duration of the exhibit. Visitors could make some tea and enjoy conversations waiting for the plants to grow.