Drawing from the 1968 Eames film Powers of Ten, this exhibition addressed the multiple and nested scales at which we perceive and interact with the built environment. Co-opting the language of architecture, construction and cartography, four emerging artists and designers negotiated the representation of an urban context, exposing the ways in which perception is augmented by zooming in or out.
221A Artist Run Centre
October 16 – November 14, 2010
Curated by Laura Kozak
Sarah Hay is a multi-disciplinary designer with a Bachelor of Industrial Design from Carleton University and a Master of Applied Arts in Design from Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Armed with these and 10 years of experience in the sustainability + design space, she runs an independent studio affectionately named Slow & Steady Design. She is a founding member of the Vancouver Design Nerds Society.
Josh Jordan is a resourceful and imaginative designer and builder. He has worked with Marianne Amodio making delightful and important architecture, and studied Architecture and Penn University and Environmental Design at the University of British Columbia.
Dallas Spiller is an artist with a particular interest in precision, repeating patterns and the built environment. He completed a Bachelor in Fine Art at Emily Carr University of Art + Design in 2010, and currently resides in Taiwan.
Ellen Ziegler is a designer with an interest in scale, perception and architecture changing with time. She studied Architecture and Environmental Design at the University of British Columbia.