Raidus (Panel 1A), 2017   Public art installation, City of Richmond, Lansdowne Station No. 3 Road Art Column, on display from August 1, 2017 - January 31st, 2018. Presented in partnership by Capture Photography Festival and the City of Richmond Public Art Program.   This four-panel composition using found materials, collected within a 1 km radius of the column it is installed on, was made within a traditional colour photographic darkroom. The resulting images present the materiality of the region as well as photography through a formalist montage of walks within a radial distance.  The sourced materials, including decorative grass from a shopping mall, plastic garbage bags, sand, rocks, and earth, contain non-statistical information that bleed out of policy and permit, which is further decontextualized within the image plane. The objects take up the ideas of waste, development, the decoratively impersonal, and the immediately local.  Radius  (2017) speaks to the complex identity of the City of Richmond with its many avenues that press against one another like the shadowy forms within the positive, inverted photograms on display.  By focusing on the natural, industrial, and urban landscapes around Lulu Island, this work aims to allow the viewer to contemplate the complex narratives of development through the photographic image.

Raidus (Panel 1A), 2017
Public art installation, City of Richmond, Lansdowne Station No. 3 Road Art Column, on display from August 1, 2017 - January 31st, 2018. Presented in partnership by Capture Photography Festival and the City of Richmond Public Art Program.

This four-panel composition using found materials, collected within a 1 km radius of the column it is installed on, was made within a traditional colour photographic darkroom. The resulting images present the materiality of the region as well as photography through a formalist montage of walks within a radial distance.

The sourced materials, including decorative grass from a shopping mall, plastic garbage bags, sand, rocks, and earth, contain non-statistical information that bleed out of policy and permit, which is further decontextualized within the image plane. The objects take up the ideas of waste, development, the decoratively impersonal, and the immediately local. Radius (2017) speaks to the complex identity of the City of Richmond with its many avenues that press against one another like the shadowy forms within the positive, inverted photograms on display.

By focusing on the natural, industrial, and urban landscapes around Lulu Island, this work aims to allow the viewer to contemplate the complex narratives of development through the photographic image.

  Raidus (Panel 1B), 2017   Public art installation, City of Richmond, Lansdowne Station No. 3 Road Art Column, on display from August 1, 2017 - January 31st, 2018. Presented in partnership by Capture Photography Festival and the City of Richmond Public Art Program

Raidus (Panel 1B), 2017
Public art installation, City of Richmond, Lansdowne Station No. 3 Road Art Column, on display from August 1, 2017 - January 31st, 2018. Presented in partnership by Capture Photography Festival and the City of Richmond Public Art Program

  Raidus (Panel 1C), 2017   Public art installation, City of Richmond, Lansdowne Station No. 3 Road Art Column, on display from August 1, 2017 - January 31st, 2018. Presented in partnership by Capture Photography Festival and the City of Richmond Public Art Program

Raidus (Panel 1C), 2017
Public art installation, City of Richmond, Lansdowne Station No. 3 Road Art Column, on display from August 1, 2017 - January 31st, 2018. Presented in partnership by Capture Photography Festival and the City of Richmond Public Art Program

  Raidus (Panel 1D), 2017   Public art installation, City of Richmond, Lansdowne Station No. 3 Road Art Column, on display from August 1, 2017 - January 31st, 2018. Presented in partnership by Capture Photography Festival and the City of Richmond Public Art Program

Raidus (Panel 1D), 2017
Public art installation, City of Richmond, Lansdowne Station No. 3 Road Art Column, on display from August 1, 2017 - January 31st, 2018. Presented in partnership by Capture Photography Festival and the City of Richmond Public Art Program