QA CHEW’S BUBBLE TROUBLE UNLIMITED GUM EDITION

Posted by on Oct 9, 2018 in Publications, Texts, Uncategorized | No Comments
QA CHEW’S BUBBLE TROUBLE UNLIMITED GUM EDITION

A product of Big Rock Candy Mountain, QA CHEW’s BUBBLE TROUBLE was developed with the Grade 6/7 students in Karen Sandu’s class at Queen Alexandra Elementary School in East Vancouver.

QA CHEW’S BUBBLE TROUBLE GUM LAUNCH

Posted by on Oct 1, 2018 in Big Rock Candy Mountain, Events, Publications | No Comments
QA CHEW’S BUBBLE TROUBLE GUM LAUNCH

Artists Helen Reed and Hannah Jickling, along with Queen Alexandra Grade 6/7 Students have been working hard of 2017-2018 to bring you the QA CHEW’S BUBBLE TROUBLE gum edition. Join them for the launch of their edition on Halloween!

Sour vs Sour – Chocolate Bar Edition

Posted by on Jul 23, 2018 in Publications, Texts, Uncategorized | No Comments

Big Rock Candy Mountain – Sour vs Sour – As part of a 3-month engagement with a Queen Alexandra Elementary School grade 3/4 class, artists Hannah Jickling & Helen Reed taste-tested a range of flavours and developed a miscellaneous vocabulary to describe them: sounds, shapes, words, elaborate fonts, synesthetic line drawings and emojis. With visits to-and-from East Van Roasters, the group learned about single-origin, fairly traded dark chocolate and navigated its tense (and tacky) conflation with cheap candy from the gas station nearby.

The Games Are Open – Book Publication

Posted by on Feb 10, 2015 in Publications | No Comments

In 2010, as Vancouver’s South East False Creek began its new life as Canada’s largest ‘green’ housing development, the Berlin-based artist team of Folke Köbberling and Martin Kaltwasser used materials recycled from the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Athletes’ Village to create a situation of exchange and cooperation. Over a nine-week period, the artists and curator led a team of 36 volunteers and students in the construction of a hollow, larger-than-life bulldozer whose empty cavities were filled with soil and compost to hasten the artists’ intent for the artwork to decompose and provide fodder for new growth.

Deadhead – Book Publication

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Throughout the summer of 2014, Deadhead, a large-scale sculptural installation by Cedric, Nathan and Jim Bomford, traveled by barge and tug to moor in two different Vancouver waterways. Constructed primarily from salvaged materials with some areas wrapped in photographic murals, this curious marine outpost asserted a presence that both troubled and delighted.

Narvaez Bay: Tidal Predictions for 2012 – Book Publication

Posted by on Jul 2, 2014 in Publications | No Comments

The score for Narvaez Bay: Tidal Predictions for 2012 forms a calendar in which the daily tide levels predicted to occur over the course of a year are transcribed onto a musical scale.

Group Search / Memory Palace – Book Publication

Posted by on Jan 28, 2013 in Publications | No Comments

Other Sights for Artists’ Projects and Doryphore Independent Curators, the Vancouver Public Library and the City of Vancouver Public Art Program are delighted to announce a new publication that documents Group Search and Memory Palace, presented as part of Inside the Library Curatorial Initiatives.

Grow diy Manual – Book Publication

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Grow diy Manual – Book Publication

From May 1st to November 30, 2011 Other Sights for Artists’ Projects presented Grow, a project by Vancouver artist Holly Schmidt. The Grow DIY Manual draws from the writing and creative projects generated during the project.

Digital Natives – Book Publication

Posted by on Mar 11, 2012 in Publications | No Comments

Other Sights for Artists’ Projects and the City of Vancouver Public Art Program are pleased to announce the release of a book publication documenting the public art project Digital Natives, presented on the electronic billboard at the Burrard Street Bridge, in Vancouver, Canada.

T+T False Creek – Book Publication

Posted by on Mar 11, 2012 in Publications | No Comments

The work of T&T (Tony Romano and Tyler Brett) reflects on ideas of sustainability, green architecture and technological progress. Their artworks frequently include elements of natural systems such as solar power and organic filters in conjunction with recycled and reconfigured technology. Over the course of their diverse artistic practice, they have developed a survivalist-informed aesthetic, creating whimsical, yet critically considered artworks that provide astute commentary on our historical moment.