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Art: brent granby’s visual art

A place of remembrance, Inside Out Project, in Japan

From Pia Massie, a Vancouver based film maker “In November 2012, JR started an Inside Out Project in North East Japan, a region that was hit by a tsunami in March 2011. A group of Japanese artists took over a photobooth truck and traveled the area to meet inhabitants. This boat entered 800 meters inland […]

Lake Sasamat-found object assemblage

This is like a little visual poem. The materials speak for what they are: : a brunt piece of wood, old chunk of painted wood, a machined stock of lumber, some old rusty cut nails, a dangle of rusty wire and a marble. The materials have associations and memories in combination with each other and […]

Landscape and memory

The VW Bug It is not an actual memory that I have, but a reconstructed one that was passed down to me from parents. I must have been 3 years old and my parents owned a VW bug. I still have memories of the smells of that car. I don’t know what it is about […]

Arts Salon: Occupy Environmental Art, Wed. Jan 25 at the Roundhouse Community Centre

Photo courtesy finiculi, finicula (flickr) Facebook event Another event for Wednesday Jan. 25, 2012. This one looks interesting too. I am torn as which one to go to. The following is the description of the event from the Facebook event page: “Occupy Environmental Art is not so much a statement as an invitation for discussion. […]