What You May Call is a group of compositions Katie Kozak and I created from materials found in the Creighton, Saskatchewan home of her grandmother, Sophie Ostrowski. Completed during our yearlong self-directed residency, the project is an archive of material organized by colour and form, and an attempt to cool sentiment through seriality.

Katie Kozak and Lucien Durey, What You May Call, NorVa Centre, Flin Flon, 2013.

Untitled (Sea Green), 2013, palmolive, found photograph, Easter egg and holder, gouge, drill bits, AVON pitcher, anti-wrinkle cream, spools of thread, thumbtacks, abalone Shell, slide viewer keychain, salt & pepper shak- ers, house paint, wood, map pins, H34 x W24 inches.

Untitled (Ochre), 2013, honey mustard, wooden plaque, pysanka egg and holder, commemorative ribbons, commemora- tive button, relish, air gun pellets, spool of thread, matchbooks, tempera paint, onion, shing hook, salt & pepper shakers, house paint, wood, map pins, H34 x W24 inches.

Untitled (Red), 2013, hot sauce, found photograph, pysanka egg and holder, marker, pencil, pen, jar of paint, soldering paste, tempera paint, spools of thread, match- book, tomato, bottle opener keychain, keys, house paint, wood, map pins, H34 x W24 inches.

Untitled (Dusty Rose), 2013, pepto-Bismol, found photograph, pysanka egg and holder, comb, 4 oz glasses, Ponds pressed powder, sewing needles, spools of thread, jar of paint, po- tato, braided yarn with key, salt & pepper shakers, house paint, wood, map pins, H34 x W24 inches.

Untitled (Indigo), 2013, Saskatoon berry jam, found photograph, pysanka egg and holder, toothbrush, nail le, egg dye, ticket roll, Vicks VapoRub, spools of thread, matchbook, red cabbage, car key and keychain, salt & pepper shakers, house paint, wood, map pins, H34 x W24 inches.