This picture is from a spontanious collective sculpture installation that myself and my friend Martin innitiated at an anti-war protest infront of Nathan Phillips Square on March 5th, 2003. Martin and I decided to make a peace sign with our footprints on the big fresh white field of snow. We were very tired when we finished so we lied down in our footprints. In our exaustion we came up wiht the idea to invite everyone to lie down! This picture is the product. I think that using art to display our ideas and dreams is a much more effective medium than shouting angryly and making speaches to eachother. Art has the power to break down barriers and invites the spectator to respond, intersect, and transform.


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