i. Tideline walk : Daily, I invited 1-3 others to walk with me to K’jpuktuk/ the Halifax Harbour at high tide and return with seawater to deposit in a six foot tall container, the maximum tidal height for this month. The seawater is collected in canvas bags which are not water tight, so that a line of seawater are drawn daily, connecting harbour to gallery.
ii. a gridded collection of small salty fabric samples that document my ongoing studio experimentation and research. They are dyed with rust or mud from coastal erosion and exposed to seawater.
iii. Tide charts : two 13 foot lengths of fabric that have recorded the average high tide (4.6 feet) and low tide (1.6 feet) marks in salt growth for the week of the exhibition.