Of Light After Darkness, 2007
       
     
 An installation of three, real-time video sunset “paintings” shot with a stationary camera at three sites in Ontario, presented on framed monitors on walls designed to evoke a romantic landscape museum installation. Each site represents a different environmental era—past, present, and future—in the colonization and development of the area, and the titles of the work were extracted from the writings of the photographer Edward S. Curtis.
       
     
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Of Light After Darkness, 2007
       
     
Of Light After Darkness, 2007

3 HD videos, gilded frames
Gloom of the Approaching Night: Fort York, Toronto, 31 minutes
Dying Day Drawing to Its End: Stelco, Hamilton Bay, 31 minutes
Glorious Light of the Setting Sun: Wind Farm, Port Burwell, 31 minutes

 An installation of three, real-time video sunset “paintings” shot with a stationary camera at three sites in Ontario, presented on framed monitors on walls designed to evoke a romantic landscape museum installation. Each site represents a different environmental era—past, present, and future—in the colonization and development of the area, and the titles of the work were extracted from the writings of the photographer Edward S. Curtis.
       
     

An installation of three, real-time video sunset “paintings” shot with a stationary camera at three sites in Ontario, presented on framed monitors on walls designed to evoke a romantic landscape museum installation. Each site represents a different environmental era—past, present, and future—in the colonization and development of the area, and the titles of the work were extracted from the writings of the photographer Edward S. Curtis.

Of_Light_02brighter.jpg
       
     
Fort_York_BIGbrighter.jpg
       
     
Wind_Farm_BIGbrighter2.jpg