Costume for Peeing in Lakes
While participating in the Wild Bush residency (Lac Paquin, Québec, 2013), I constructed a Costume for Peeing in Lakes with the materials I had on hand, to create a ritual around urination in bodies of water, and the moment where my bodily fluids are both inhabiting my body as well as the natural world around me. Over the course of the residency, every time I needed to relieve myself, I would undress, don the Costume, and hop into the lake to do so.
Sculptures that become costumes so I can become a sculpture
Many of my sculptures have lived multiple lives, and have reinvented themselves to become part of other sculptures. Sometimes they become costumes so I can become a sculpture myself. Photos by Sara A. Tremblay, 2015.
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