“A Round”

Michaela Baer


The exhibition “Inter-“ will explore common design elements in traditional Chinese and Coast-Salish art, celebrating Vancouver Chinatown as the location where these two cultures fuse. Artists from the Coast-Salish and Chinese Canadian communities will be exhibited and asked to collaborate on a public art piece that depicts a positive future for Chinatown.


Model 1:
The exhibition features graphics of the Dr. Sun Yat Sen gardens on the walls, a clear partition, and an interactive sculpture of the Chinatown Gates.


Model 2:
This image showcases the fusion of First Nations and Southern Chinese design in Chinatown.  It is a modern representation of both cultures’ history and presence in Chinatown.


Palett:
Materials are assembled to capture the aesthetics of the exhibition, while demonstrating its weave and grid construction.


Image 1:
This image shows members from the Vancouver Chinatown community gathering in Maclean Park around Halloween. The concept of people gathering and co-living is integral to the exhibition Inter, which will extend beyond the featured artists; it will also be a celebration of community in Vancouver’s Chinatown.


Image 2:
This image showcases the fusion of First Nations and Southern Chinese design in Chinatown. It is a modern representation of both cultures’ history and presence in Chinatown.


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