Born of a symbiotic relationship, lichen from our local forests inspire the potential of collaboration, reciprocity and receptivity within the ever evolving ecosystems that we are a part of. Step inside Symbiosis to imagine the history and potential future of this place.
Corten Steel and Embossed Concrete
About the artist:
Jaymie Johnson uses natural and recycled materials to create site-specific works involving fibre processing and community participation. She is an interdisciplinary artist and educator invested in social and environmental impact through observation, experimentation and collaboration. Since graduating with a BFA in Visual Arts from Emily Carr University in 2015, she has worked on numerous community-engaged and environmental public art projects as a member of EartHand Gleaners Society, and Project Assistant with Border Free Bees, as well as on independent projects for institutions including Science World, Vancity, and First Capital Realty.
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