The Largest art installation of the 2014-2016 Vancouver Biennale is about to arrive on the waterfront in New Westminster
Wednesday November 18th, 2015
You have seen the 24,000 sq. foot mural called GIANTS on the concrete silos at Granville Island, the 35 foot totem of cars known as TRANS AM TOTEM off the viaduct on Quebec Street and the 14 A-MAZE-ING LAUGHTER sculptures at English Bay. Now come watch the installation of the largest public artwork of the 2014-2016 Vancouver Biennale, possibly in Canada, at WESTMINSTER PIER PARK in New Westminster. This 140 foot installation comprising of 4 forty foot shipping containers precariously cantilevered to form a ‘W’, is designed by the famous Brazilian artist José Resende. This installation will become the dominant view along the Fraser River, from the bridges above and the newest public art legacy of the Vancouver Biennale OPEN AIR MUSEUM.