Moving Up

Karen Kazmer, artist, sculpture, north Vancouver, moving up
public art, sculpture, kazmer, North Vancouver,
public art, sculpture, kazmer, North Vancouver,
Sculpture

Moving Up reflects on the ways that urban animals and people adapt to their environment and the convergence between nature, local housing, and industry.  Having provided the gnawed branches for the cast elements within the sculpture, the beavers from nearby Mackay Pond can be seen as co-creators of this artwork. 

Moving Up is one of several public artworks that can be found on the Spirit Trail. This waterfront-oriented, multi-use and fully accessible greenway currently runs through the District of North Vancouver, City of North Vancouver, District of West Vancouver, and Squamish Nation.

Specifications

Powder coated aluminum

About the Artist:
Karen Kazmer works with a diverse range of materials in her sculpture, installations and public art. She received her BFA from UBC and her MFA from York University. She has taught at Emily Carr University and York University and her work has been exhibited in group and solo shows in Canada and the United States.