Work No Longer on Display
4000 No 3 Rd, Richmond, BC
No Longer on Display
72"x72" Scanned paintings digitally printed on translucent flex face material.
Description of Work:
"Evening West Dyke Trail" is part of the eighth exhibit of the No. 3 Road Art Columns entitled "Locally Examined."
Locally Examined presents imagery that offers viewers an opportunity to consider West Coast textures and the fragile natural landscapes that exist in Richmond. Artists Amanda Arcuri, Grayson Richards and Adam Stenhouse responded by visiting and researching important natural heritage sites with the assistance of Lesley Douglas, Manager of Environmental Sustainability and Bill Purver, retired Richmond Archivist.
Amanda Arcuri explores the site-specific conditions of the West Dyke trail, an important natural heritage site based in Richmond. Arcuri interrupts the existing landscape by introducing man-made materials and light to mimic the birds, planes and vehicular lights we commonly see in our city. Through these staged photographs, we reexamine the out of place materials and re-look at the landscape they have been placed in.
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