I have just come across a very thoughtful blog post about igNIGHT and my newest work The Light.
Check it out on McMurray Musings.
The Light remains on view in Jubilee Plaza in Fort McMurray until all the lights burn out.
I am very pleased to announce that my newest, and brightest work will be premiered at igNIGHT!
Hosted by the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo igNIGHT seeks to reimagine, transform, and energize public spaces. My work will honour the final days of the tungsten light bulb.
As of 2015 the light bulb as we know it will no longer be produced in North America. While this marks an advance in environmental responsibility, it also marks the death of a technology that changed the world. As the light bulb fades into the past, my newest work will function as an epitaph that invites contemplation of change, hope, passage and death.
igNIGHT begins October 23rd, in Fort McMurray and although the festival only lasts for ten days, my work will be on display until the end of the year to accommodate its time-based nature.