Lucy Pullen’s work is marked by its conceptual curiosity and disparate, wide-ranging form. Her work has developed from an interest in performative and collaborative practices, and often takes the form of documents or remnants of staged actions. A video produced in collaboration with Sandy Plotnikoff, for example, documents a 1997 sculptural performance in which the two overturned pails full of rubber balls onto a street in Halifax from the roof of a two story car park. Pullen’s meticulous double-line drawings which were showcased I this exhibition, are composed on metallic paper. From a distance, the intricate patterns of the drawings appear computer or machine-made, but on close inspection are seen to be laboriously rendered in free hand.