Artwork for music by Kimvi
Pussy Willow, Willow, Paper 2013
Drawings created in response to the idea of an artist shelter.
Materials I used for the workshop were objects that were collected over a period of time. They were either a gift, found or purchase locally. I took inspiration from the exchange of conversations and the visit to Lymington Salt Marshes and Winchester Science Centre.
Matchsticks, Unknown Pod
Created as part of 10 days Winchester Creative collision . Collaboration between The Hyde Writers and artist from the Yard studios.
The Ink Line 2013 - performed at QEII Theatre, Winchester
Paper, Ink, Bowl, Jug
Collaboration by Kimvi Nguyen and Stephen Boyce
Would like to thank
The hyde writers , Jane Price , Beatrix Kovacs, Hugh Greasley, 10 days Creative Collision 2013 and Winchester Collage.
Plinth, OHP Projector, Acetate, Charcoal
Collaboration by Kimvi Nguyen and Richard Stilman
performed at QEII Theatre, Winchester
Huuuuuuuuuu Hu Huuuuuuuu Hu Huuuuuuuu
Each has one exhalation
(one does not breath in)
The Haiku created for ’ Exhale’ developed into a simple breathing performance, performed live on the evening by Richard and I. Materials used was a OHP projector, Powdered charcoal, Acetate with the ’ Exhale’ haiku printed on. Our breath moved the fragments of charcoal that covered the surface of the OHP to revealed the words over time.
A project created from LED lights, Blue Balloons and White plastic bags.
The materials were chosen because they were compact and light weight, as well as being waterproof. The installation was visible at night.
Thank you DragonFly Festival
The Balloon Embrace 2013
An interactive project created from LED lights, Blue Balloons and White plastic bags.
Matchstick Mandala performance (2013)
curated by Kimvi Nguyen.
Sponsored by Creative Crafts and Drawing Place
A small group of participants created a personal mandala in silence using matchsticks. The arrangements draw upon the unique physicality of each individual matchstick and are seen as a physical dash or a drawing line. The overall effect is seen as a ripple of energy across the Cathedral floor which will be eventually swept away, leaving no trace of the act.
'the creation of an experience of beauty and togetherness and experience intuitive ways of relating to and co- operating with others…a model for peace in society' - Prof. June Boyce Tilman
Thank you to everyone for their participation.
Matchstick Mandala- Matchsticks, Basket, Kneeling mat (2013)
Fine Line, Ink, Pen (2013)