“In 1942 I lived in a house with an arch between the living room and the dining room; in this arched connecting wall was a small hole, also arched and holding some household items. A vivid memory of this opening lingers with me. It separated the present from another time, through its gateway my imagination…
In 2008 artist and architect Marko Simcic parked a mobile artwork on the streets of Vancouver’s residential neighbourhoods. And it hasn’t stopped moving.
Artist Antonia Hirsch’s “eye chart for the blind” is an artwork of complex reflections and questions.
Using 42-metres of galvanized steel artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas reaches into the Haida tradition of adaptation to comment on the present and a story for the future.
The mystery of an urban underground stream is made playfully functional in the work “Geyser for Hillcrest Park”
Artist Tom Dean populates the public realm with 22 bronze sculptures that explore questions of paradise in the work “Peaceable Kingdom.”
Internationally acclaimed artist Rodney Graham released a playful spirit into Vancouver’s public realm during the 2010 Olympics with “Aerodynamic Forms in Space.”
“My work evolves from a desire to find a sense of place in the world, often articulating distinctions of inside/outside and public/private spaces,” says Stocking…