North Arm of Burrard Inlet – land, ho!
Bowen Island – an afternoon of forest interventions
Art is Land Network functions as an artistic think-tank where members share ideas and opportunities to find common ground for collaboration. They seek to increase awareness of alternative art-making methodologies that employ natural and re-purposed materials in a local, respectful way. The common thread for these artists is their engagement with landscape. AILN approaches the land itself as impetus for locative art strategies, artists working in the land, site-generated art and social engagement.
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