Subtle Architecture Subtiles
3e impérial | Granby

altered photographs from performance documentation
10 x 15 cm

Subtle Architecture Subtiles is a series of performances created for the city and intended for the public: a process wherein a performer places her body in hidden and abandoned city sites to magnify details, and engage public space socially and physically. The variation of this process proposed for the context of Granby, included a series of actions where participants were invited to join in these performative walks, and discuss their relationship to the site and context. Incorporating these stories into her gesture vocabulary, Howes then revisited locations throughout the city to perform these actions as part of an accumulative archive of gestures.

Exhibition History

  • Subtle Architekturen
    Crash!Boom!Bau! Festival Bauhaus Year
    Jena, DE
  • Subtle Architecture Subtiles
    Montreal, CA
  • Subtle Architecture Subtiles
    3e impérial
    Granby, CA
  • Subtle Architecture
    Latitude 53
    Edmonton, CA

Related Publication

Part of Subtle Architecture Project
Part of Carve Project