A set of performance responses to the public art installed as part of the Saskatoon Placemaker program. “At the April 24th Public Art Advisory Committee (PAAC) meeting, the PAAC selected the proposal titled “66 Physiognomies” led by local artist, Jinzhe Cui. Cui, originally from China, has been living and working in Saskatoon since 2012. She studied at the School of Arts & Design in Dalian, China, to complete a Bachelor of Art (visual design) in 2005 and a Master of Art (mixed-media) in 2008. She is well known for her traditional Chinese ink drawings which are often interworked with multi-media, visual and sound landscapes. To learn more about her work, please visit her website here. Cui is collaborating with Aboriginal artist and designer, Jeff Chief; Metis researcher, writer and editor, Andrea des Roches; and Researcher and Chemist, Jiapei Wang. “