A collaboration between Imu Chan and Rebecca Bayer, Storytelling was commissioned as part of the rejuvination of Chief Mathias Joe Park. Sitting in silhouette on either side of the park entry path, the sculptures mimic the form of the ‘Twin Sisters,’ the twin mountain peaks that tower over North Vancouver. Special thanks to the Squamish Nation for providing the story: Wa Áyasnewas chat ta Swwú7mesh iy ta Steín (The Peace between the Squamish and the Haida Nations).
About the artists:
Rebecca Bayer is a Vancouver-based artist and designer. Rebecca holds a M.Arch from the University of British Columbia, and an MFA from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design (London, UK). She worked for Bricault Design from 2008-2013, and for artist Ken Lum from 2007-2013.
Imu Chan is the principal architect at FSOARK is a Vancouver-based architectural and design firm comprised of thinkers and activists. It is where ideas cross disciplinary boundaries, and projects are executed with a hands-on, collaborative approach. FSOARK's portfolio covers a broad range of projects including architecture and interiors, public art installation and product design.
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