and Kip Jones
On the bridge,
there are several more sculptures- a functional compass; a topographically
accurate depiction of Whistler Mountain and valley; Hawks Heads and
Lynx skulls; geometric and natural shapes; bird forms; an enlarged
insect; a viewfinder (with a fat man waving); orbiting planets and
a spinning maze.
Through their diversity, these various sculptures pay homage to the natural world, while rendering possible representations of what can be seen through a viewing device. The art project becomes a series of possible experiences for pedestrians, where they can actively and playfully investigate their surroundings through their own observations.send comments to Jennifer Macklem