Category Archives: Public Art

A Floating Infill

As part of theSHOW.13’s biannual exhibition, Iga Janik, the curator at Cambridge Galleries invited me to create an artwork anywhere within the immediate vicinity. I looked at the nearby parking lot, basketball court, and the Grand River embankment. However, I

A Floating Infill

As part of theSHOW.13’s biannual exhibition, Iga Janik, the curator at Cambridge Galleries invited me to create an artwork anywhere within the immediate vicinity. I looked at the nearby parking lot, basketball court, and the Grand River embankment. However, I

Garden Oasis with Safety Cones by Susan Campbell

Garden Oasis (with safety cones) Port Credit

In order to really feel involved in Park(ing) Day, we need to participate in the experience, to believe in the idea that for one day only, the street really does become an extension of our civic space. We need to

Garden Oasis with Safety Cones by Susan Campbell

Garden Oasis (with safety cones) Port Credit

In order to really feel involved in Park(ing) Day, we need to participate in the experience, to believe in the idea that for one day only, the street really does become an extension of our civic space. We need to

PARK(ing) Day Installation

My design proposal to the Port Credit BIA and City of Mississauga was one of four winning entries selected for the PARK(ing) Day Installation, which will be situated along Lakeshore Road in September 2012. Details of the proposed installation will

PARK(ing) Day Installation

My design proposal to the Port Credit BIA and City of Mississauga was one of four winning entries selected for the PARK(ing) Day Installation, which will be situated along Lakeshore Road in September 2012. Details of the proposed installation will