A group show curated by Bea Rubio-Gabriel

Colour Me (2019) was one of the artworks exhibited in Bea Rubio-Gabriel's curatorial show titled "The Art of Consumption". During Colour Me, the audience were invited to color in Jessica Tanto's childhood drawings using colorless crayons with different scents. Some of the 24 scents available were leaves, orange, chocolate, men's perfume, ocean, and burnt wood.

Medium: Aromatherapy oil, wax, A4 papers and printer ink, stickers, scissors, plinth, floor pillows, pink bedsheet, wall paint.

Documentation photographs by Melbourne Film Studio

Several audiences and the artist herself chatting while coloring in the drawings, then using stickers to stick it on the wall.

Preview of the table (a repurposed display plinth) with the coloring sheets, crayons, and stickers.

2 of the 6 colouring sheets to chose from

Colourless crayons created using wax and aromatherapy oil

Detail of participant's works on the unevenly painted pink wall

An audience member sniffing the participant's artworks to perceive it

Process of creating colourless crayons

Creating the mould of real crayons