Remember Snow began from memory, after Nicol carved a bust of a childhood acquaintance. “Snow was my mother's friend for some years. They didn't marry, and he moved on, sadly. I know very little about his life before and after that time. I have only one photograph, and you can't see his face”.
This work is discussed in an essay by Mark Amery, 2019.
Installation Shot: Remember Snow from the exhibition Gray Nicol: New Work. New Zealand Film Archive, Wellington, 2009.