Detail of screen print panel from exhibition”Legacy” at Arnica Artist Run Centre in Kamloops March 2011. The exhibition featured screen printed images of twelve women from the Untold Stories Project, a group research project that documented the work of twelve women in the Kamloops, British Columbia, community. The prints are accompanied by text from interviews with the women, printed directly on the wall. An additional panel of women is on exhibit and it features the mother of one of the women in the study presented with her Women’s Institute group circa 1930. The panels were printed in the studio and the text was printed on site using small wooden framed screens and wall paper paste as the ink base. Some of the text was painted over to partially obscure it. My idea was to create a palimsest that mirrored the process of disappearance and invisibility that the women’s work and women’s bodies were undergoing as time advanced. The exhibition was mounted in the vault of the old Kamloops Courthouse. The text printed on the walls has become part of the sedimentary layers of paint and information sealed into the wall–a permanent if not visible record–it awaits future excavation.