5900 Minoru Blvd
Second floor walls of the South stairwell.
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Wool, cotton, silk, and various fibres on linen
Description of Work:
Seven circular rugs made out of fabric strips on a linen foundation cloth and mounted on a plywood and composite base. Each rug measures 20” in diameter, and the rugs are arranged in a staggered pattern at intervals approximately 3” apart horizontally and 6 ½” apart vertically over two adjacent walls.
The Stepping Stones offer playful and perilous paths, providing a lift-off platform and a landing stage for the eye instead of the foot. The dominant colours and forms of these seven pieces of fibre art suggest qualities such as compassion, joy, harmony, and historical awareness. These are the qualities Richmond’s residents must cultivate in order for the City to reach it's goal of a diverse, distinct, and sustainable community.
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