FAEBLE …ten days in Banff 

Four sculptors from Vancouver head to the Banff Centre with intentions to collaborate, but no set direction.

The landscape held many legends, which emerged like strata-layers of new young rock. The resultant work slipstreamed in time with intentions, expectations and desires held beneath snow, rock, soil and skin.

This experienced fable, one of many, marks four transient intersections of time, purpose and place.

Merrell Gerber, Sharon Kallis, Fae Logie, Tiki Mulvihill

With garments made, personas evolved and relationship dynamics took form in the forest through tracking, meandering, stalking, claiming and whirring.

We initiated conversations of wandering through the vulnerability of an unknown land in protection made from blankets, fur and nylon.