Snow Gallery, a Dunlop Art Gallery commission, was constructed with Katie Kozak and a team of volunteers. Four packed-snow walls formed a temporary gallery and public artwork. Inside, found objects were displayed in cases made of ice, placed on pedestals of snow. As the exhibition was deconstructed by passersby, the objects landed in unforeseeable places; thrift stores, houses, or garbage bins. The gallery also melted, becoming part of the water system from which it was created, drawing parallels between the cycles of consumer goods and the cycles of nature.

Katie Kozak and Lucien Durey, Snow Gallery (2014), packed snow, objects frozen in ice, H8 x W21 x D16 feet.