Merging Landscapes

  • Fr

    Cet ouvrage fait partie du projet collectif Migrating Landscapes qui a représenté le Canada à la Biennale de Venise en 2012. La maquette incarne le moment précis quand deux paysages imaginaires, issus de l’esprit de l’auteur, fusionnent tout en lui causant des profondes émotions. Ces émotions ont été transposées dans une sculpture qui symbolise la première maison au Canada pour son auteur. Merging Landscapes a été présenté au Canada, ainsi que dans le pavillon Canadien à Venise, étant sélectionné suite a une compétition en trois phases qui a eut lieu à travers tout le pays.
  • Ro

    Sculptura face parte din proiectul colectiv Migrating Landscapes care a reprezentat Canada în cadrul bienalei de arhitectură de la Veneția in 2012. Ea încarnează momentul în care două peisaje imaginare fuzionează, inducându-i autorului trăiri profunde. Aceste trăiri simbolizează pentru el prima sa casă în Canada. Merging Landscapes a fost prezentat în Canada, precum și în pavilionul canadian de la Veneția, pentru care a fost selecționat in urma unei competiții naționale în trei faze.

This work is part of the Migrating Landscapes Project, which was Canada’s entry at the Venice Biennale in 2012. The model embodies a specific moment when two distinct, imaginary landscapes are merging as a consequence of one’s migration and subsequently generating profound emotions. These profound emotions have been captured in a sculptural form and thus, symbolize the first home in Canada for its fabricator.

Merging Landscapes has been displayed in Canada and at the Canadian pavilion in Venice following an extensive, three phase competition held throughout the country.

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