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The hard fibrous substance that makes up the greater part of the stems and branches of trees or shrubs beneath the bark. Use the specific term, if known (oak, birch, elm, maple, etc.).

Untitled

In situ artwork, in the brush of the railway embankment. The artist cut branches of the weeds in order to reveal a form. [...]
Artwork creator(s): 
Lapointe, André
Installation year: 
2006

Artifact

Eight small painted and framed panels, suspended from the branches of a cherry tree. [...]
Artwork creator(s): 
Dykhuis, Peter G.
Installation year: 
1993

Memory Tables

Three picnic tables have been modified to be slanted. The text is written on top. [...]
Artwork creator(s): 
McElroy, Gil
Installation year: 
1996

CREDO

In the sculpture, an older man contemplates the draught of a document quietly; beside him kneels the small figure of himself at the age of seven. At that time, he lived in Hampton and, all through his [...]
Artwork creator(s): 
Hooper Studios; Byers, Darren

Kiosk, 2004-2005

Artwork creator(s): 
Sullivan, Derek
Installation year: 
2005

Them Us Now

This artwork consists of three parts: a pile of stones, a pyramid and a boat made of wooden sticks. The words "Us" is located inside the pyramid, "Now" appears on a bed of rocks at the bottom of the [...]
Artwork creator(s): 
Hastenteufel, Deeter
Installation year: 
2000

Normal

This exhibition also featured two other parts. New Normal, an acrylic painting,  was hung in the cafeteria. Normal Graduation 23 consisted of twelve oval plastic clocks that were suspended [...]
Artwork creator(s): 
Yanover, Shirley

Duet

The billboard is set against the Art Gallery of Algoma façade and faces the meadow where 16 panels are installed by St. Mary River. [...]
Artwork creator(s): 
Brandl, Eva
Installation year: 
1987

Adeona/Abeona

Artwork creator(s): 
Hastenteufel, Deeter
Installation year: 
2000

Lest we Forget

The names of 135 Canadian women murdered since 1989 are written, interspersed with the phrase "lest we forget" throughout the list. [...]
Artwork creator(s): 
Posyniak, Teresa
Installation year: 
1994
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