Trails of pattern respond to the history and location of George
Brown House. A Victorian wallpaper pattern has been culled from
the house's interior, while an Iroquois beading pattern references
those who lived here before. Using light and shadow, this installation
reflects on the displacement and transformation of memory that is
inherent to our constructed spaces and our selves.
In association with Ontario Heritage Trust.
[ biography ]
Where There Are Trees Standing in the Water, 2007
[ selected photographs ]
[ video ]
B4 George Brown House
186 Beverly St.