NORTHERN SYMPHONY
A multi-component installation which translates the gnawed markings on a tree felled by beavers into cultural forms including: relief printed wallpaper, a cast architectural frieze, furnishings, two dimensional artworks and a digital music score remixed and reconstructed by DJs and experimental musicians. An outhouse renovated into a miniature art gallery refurbished with drywall, track-lighting and a mini- painting retrospective redefines inside and outside spaces.

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Northern Symphony, installation view, Toronto, 2001

Page one of the first movement of the musical score.  

Northern Symphony, Domestic Interior Gallery, reburbished outhouse with mini- painting retrospective.  

Northern Symphony, 2000-2010, installation view, Toronto 2001, hand finished beaver sticks, relief printed wall-paper and cast architectural frieze.

Northern Symphony, 2000- 2010, relief printed wallpaper based on detail of feild print of beaver gnawed wood.  

Northern Symphony Endless Remixes, 2000- ongoing, performance still of improvisation by Sook-Yin Lee and Terence Dick.  

 

Northern Symphony Endless Remixes: Performance still of Combustien Lente at V. MacDonnell Gallery, Toronto, 2001