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An environmental/interactive/insertion art project. Thousands of shaped and engraved pieces of shell were given to 140 participants, who placed these shells on beaches, rivers and waterways around the world in commemoration, honouring, contemplation and gifting.
Maternity as concept and experience.
A three-year project encompassing journals, paintings, quilting and more The projects core was the inclusion of seventeen women who shared their stories about conceiving, bearing or having children.
as they are kept
|2000-2001. A year-long project with the Surrey Art Gallery in British Columbia
Every leaf on five trees were numbered and poetic lines were written on leaves throughout Bear Creek Park. When the leaves fell, they were collected, washed, dried, pressed and pinned to the walls of the gallery. Gallery visitors were invited to participate in many different ways..
The orality of language,
thinking of it as food, as juice,
a way to turn what is other
into part of oneself
|ephemeral art ecological art insertions environmental installations organic sculpture site-sensitive art canadian environmental artist
diana lynn thompson 1994- 2000