Though you may have witnessed some serious shredding, it was probably not the kind that won installation artist Gyun Hur the $50,000 Hudgen’s Prize last year. Hur’s artistic process involves the meticulous shredding of silk flowers, which are organized by color (this isn’t confetti, folks) then laid on the floor or set on the wall in a desired pattern. In a visceral display of “labor” and “place,” themes from Hur’s forthcoming exhibit, In A Landscape Anew, Hur will be conducting her particular form of flower-shredding in a public installation previous to her December 17th reception at the Hudgens Center for the Arts. From 10a.m. to 5p.m. December 6th through the 10th, visitors may view Hur, alongside her parents and colleagues, as they carefully construct her piece, after first destroying it on the silk.