(2015, permanent site-specific five-channel media installation)
Commissioned by TELUS, Re-Visions is a permanent, site-specific five-channel media installation developed by eight local emerging artists facilitated by the Contemporary Art Gallery and Cineworks. Mentored by Jem Noble, Brian Lye and Josh Hite, Re-Visions seeks to produce new representations of place through the group’s diverse responses to our city in motion. The installation engages with themes of temporal and spatial transformation, the landscape of Vancouver portrayed through constant, yet fluctuating changes in infrastructure, community and communications. Playing with the idea of a contemporary “city symphony” — an experimental documentary genre that mimics city rhythms in an attempt to create a portrait of everyday city life — the installation turns to repetition and abstraction, rather than literal representation.
In collaboration with Bo Ha, Diego Romero, Elizabeth Ellis, Megan Low, Chris Mills, Natalie Murao, Robert Psutka, and Sophia Wolfe.
Links: - Exhibition Page