Worth a visit:
Ed Pien’s paper installation Tracing Night is currently on (Feb 4-April 11, 2010) at the Museum of Vancouver:
Tracing night is a large room-sized paper and mulitmedia installation that invites you to duck inside its walls and journey into a dream world inspired by Inuit mythology. Closer inspection of the core of the piece reveals tiny drawings, hidden at the end of paper tunnels. The walls billow outward as you make your way into the farthest cavity of the artwork. And most of the time, you have the place all to yourself.
• A more in depth study of Tracing Night on the MOV blog, by Rosemary Poole.
1100 Chestnut Street
Vancouver, BC V6J 3J9
Tues – Sun 10 am – 5 pm
Thurs 10 am – 8 pm
p.s. the museum is in this building in Vanier Park:
One thought on “Tracing Night at MOV”
Looks as of it os also a wonderful play on scale, reducing human beings to insects in a chrysalis.
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