POSTED BY katherine | August 10th, 2010
Play this free online game and tell us which conversation has the funniest line in the game world or tell us what would be a funny line to add to the game world.
POSTED BY admin | February 14th, 2010
Jaume Plensa’s sculpture is entitled WE and it’s situated on a hilltop along Sunset Beach.
It’s a seated figure made of letters from many different alphabets from around the world. The figure is facing west toward the open waters of the Pacific Ocean.
It’s a powerful piece that is especially profound given the Olympic atmosphere in Vancouver right now. As a symbol the world community, communication and understanding, this sculpture is perfectly poised to welcome and inspire international visitors.
Great work, Adam! Thanks for doing such an excellent job.
POSTED BY admin | February 11th, 2010
If you’ve been enjoying the balmy night weather along the seawall or out in Vanier Park or False Creek in the past week or so then you’ve probably been witness to the new CODE – Cultural Olympiad Digital Edition – light installation called, Vectorial Elevation.
Created by Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, the installation consists of 20 super high-intensity industrial searchlights – 10,000 watts a piece and mounted on robotic fixtures – and is turning the night sky in Vancouver into a laser light show for the ages!
The choreography of the lights can be programmed by people anywhere in the world via their website and can also be seen via Google Earth.
Pretty amazing as Dan Fairchild’s photos confirm.
POSTED BY admin | January 15th, 2010
Look at that! Isn’t that seriously amazing? I think that it is.
The sculpture by Spain’s Jaume Plensa entitled ‘We’ has resided at the top of Sunset Beach along Beach Avenue for a couple of months now.
And it has been glorious and awesome and mind-blowing and totally tripped out.
But… now it has been ILLUMINATED!
The freshly installed lights take this piece to a totally different level. I’ll do a longer piece on this at some point very soon but I just had to get these pics up.
Great job – as usual – by photographer Dan Fairchild.