2002 Exhibition
Curated by Anne O'Callaghan

Wilson Chik Wai Chi

Wilson Chik Wai Chi

WILSON CHIK WAI CHI is a movement explorer based in Hong Kong. His experience comes from mystical traditions, Butoh, fitness & integrative well-being, dreams and visual arts. His simple approach to life is to balance the act of doing and being. His move-ment work has been in international fringe festivals, cross cultural exchanges and solo & choreographed productions.

Ellen Dijkstra

Ellen Dijkstra

A wild flower meadow sloped gently down to the marshy bay of the lake in front of the cabin, and melded seamlessly into the woods that surrounded it. Scattered amongst the meadow's long harvest gold grasses and bramble bushes were large white balls made of plastic netting - perhaps a foot each in diameter. While clearly wrought by human hand, they had the appearance of having blown there in the wind, like oversized milkweed pods that Monarch butterflies feed upon...

Janice Pomer & Barry Prophet

Janice Pomer & Barry Prophet

Just in front of the early autumn green and rust hues of towering spruce and fir trees, Prophet and Pomer position themselves on each side of the "stage"...

Lyla Rye

Lyla Rye

Landscape, often regarded as the materialization of memory, fixes individual and social histories in place. Lyla Rye's installation, Locus, taps into one individual's memory (a local farmer's) and personal memory (Rye's). She started out with a Juniper bush, located in a meadow that slopes down to the lake, with Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm's fairy tale "The Juniper Tree" in mind.