Sunday, April 14, 2013

Public Art - Vancouver Biennale - Echoes sculpture in Kitsilano Beach donated to the people of Vancouver

Public Art - Vancouver Biennale  - Echoes sculpture in Kitsilano Beach donated to the people of Vancouver

Vancouver Biennale Open Air Museum - Echoes by Montreal based artist Michel Goulet - Kitsilano beach

The sculpture "Echoes" by Montreal based artist Michel Goulet is located at Kits beach. The Vancouver Biennale Open Air Museum just announced that  has been donated to the people of Vancouver. The official dedication and the recognition of the artist Michael Goulet author of the sculpture significant contribution to the city will take place next week at Kits Beach in front of the Boathouse Restaurant.

To learn more about the artist, the artwork and the Official announcement check:  Vancouver Biennale Open Air Museum  

Date: Tuesday April 16, 2013
Time: 10:30 – 11:00 AM
Location: Kits Beach in front of the Boathouse Restaurant

Vancouver Biennale Open Air Museum - Echoes by Montreal based artist Michel Goulet - Kitsilano beach


About Vancouver Biennale Echoes sculpture: The chairs have been positioned to encourage human interaction and communication and installed so that when sunlight hits them at the perfect angle, the phrases and aphorisms are projected onto the ground below as one large poem. Source: Vancouver Biennale Blog


Vancouver Biennale Open Air Museum - Echoes by Montreal based artist Michel Goulet - Kitsilano beach

Vancouver Biennale Echoes Sculpture  - Michel Goulet Dedication Ceremony  - Kitsilano beach
Vancouver Biennale Echoes Sculpture  - Michel Goulet Dedication Ceremony  - Kitsilano beach