Via Lactea (above Glacier Lake) – Installation and Art Print

Running at the public space on the Yaletown-Roundhouse station in Vancouver, the artist combined 171 narrow-field photographs of the night sky on repeated on a single strip of film. This technique created a rich deep blue sky filled with the ancient marks for wayfinding and travel, fitting that this work appears on one of the main hubs of transit in the city.

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