Written by Caitlind r.c. Brown After Image is a growing sculpture at cSPACE King Edward in Calgary, located in the public park outside … More
First conceived in response to a Call for Public Art in 2016, Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow is a site-specific art installation visualizing the complex passage of time as it relates to the historic King Edward School in Calgary.
Corridor is a project that combines building and painting, creating a unique experience in a forgotten space. Through the manipulation of texture, colour and form, the work is designed to activate the under bridge area of the section of 9th avenue in Calgary, Alberta.
This functional artwork, is located at the CPAA (Cerebral Palsy Association In Alberta), built to respond to the needs of the clients and employees to build a stronger relationship with their neighbours and create stronger ties to their community.
Without Eyes was a collaborative performance conceived by Lane Shordee, Nikki Martens, and Caitlind r.c. Brown for M:ST Performance Art Festival in Calgary. 8 Readers sat in a 30’ diameter circle in Riley Park, Calgary. Each performer read The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar (by Roald Dahl) aloud into a large, low-fi megaphone, crafted from re-appropriated civic materials, a performance lasting 3.5 hours in duration.
In the Belly of a Bear is a 15-ft diameter wooden sculpture designed in collaboration with Caitlind r.c. Brown & Wayne Garrett. Set into the sand along the beach of Lake Ontario for the duration of Winter Stations (Feb 15 – March 18, 2015), the design was one winner of an international Design Competition challenging architects, designers, and artists from around the world to re-imagine the Lifeguard towers on the beach of Toronto.
Utilizing various electronic devices, light bulbs and scrap materials, Lane Shordee brings his love of scavenging objects and unusual spaces to his current light installation for Sled Island: Atomic Smash. Inspired by the data collected by large hadron colliders, Atomic Smash gives viewers a front row seat to the explosive event of atoms smashing together.
This collaborative project with Desiree Nault, was a temporary installation made for Demo Tape, the third project from the Wreck City collective. The show took the abandoned Penguin Carwash and transformed into a multi-artist show. Our project was meant to draw people in like a Lighhouse, or a lone light at the end of a tunnel. Its sultry voice, like Homers Sirens, draws wanderers near only to remind them of an impending destruction.