Tag: public art

SPEAKER A, early concept images by Cameron Koroluk

SPEAKER A: 2nd and Main

Speaker A is a proposal for a permanent sound installation at 2nd and Main St in Vancouver that I will be creating with Maiko Bae Yamamoto and James…

Very early concept drawings for Houseplanters. credit: Charlotte Falk

Houseplanters

Houseplanters is a new permanent public artwork I have proposed for Sahalli Park in the Mount Pleasant neighbourhood of Vancouver Canada. The project introduces a series of sculptures…

Hannah Jickling and Helen Reed: Big Rock Candy Mountain

Big Rock Candy Mountain is a project I’ve been working on with Hannah Jickling and Helen Reed since early 2015. It’s part of my work as a Curator/ Producer with Other Sights for Artists’ Projects, an organization in Vancouver that commissions temporary artworks for the public realm.

This Creeping Root

I was invited by curator Maiko Tanaka to make a work for Nuit Blanche in Toronto. I opted out of making a spectacular thing, and created a more temporal, gradually unfolding installation. In Butterfield Park at the Ontario College of Art and Design, I made a garden best viewed by moonlight (with the help of landscape architect Emily Hogg). The installation was accompanied by an edition of 250 cards, each including a seed for a night blooming flower, to be planted in spring. These were distributed to visitors to the site throughout the evening.

Everything Between Open and Closed

EVERYTHING BETWEEN OPEN AND CLOSED Curated by Shaun Dacey For two weeks (August 15 – 28th, 2013), I am taking part in the Burnaby Art Gallery‘s KIOSK project–…

Geyser for Hillcrest Park

Erica Stocking and I were selected to produce a permanent public art piece for the City of Vancouver at the newly minted Hillcrest Community Centre in Mount Pleasant….

VANCOUVER VANCOUVER VANCOUVER

In the Fall of 2008, the City of Vancouver called for proposals for artist-initiated projects to be created during the 2010 Olympic Games. I ended up pitching this…

Brawl (with Norma)

Norma is an arts collective I’ve been working with since 2002. We did Brawl for a series of performances called Bright Lights. The works were all performed during…

So Long We Miss You Forever (with Diyan Achjadi)

The Powell Street Festival and curator Miko Hoffman invited Diyan and I to collaborate on a work for their annual festival. The festival is located at Oppenheimer Park,…

Vancouver Family

I sent a package to all the Kwans in Vancouver (there’s 300 of them). In a letter written in both Chinese and English I asked each Kwan to…

Dog Day Afternoon (with Norma)

Norma is a collaborative that I’ve been working with since 2002. This work was produced for a series of public performances called “Expect Delays”, curated by Kathleen Ritter…