Streams~
Tributaries
Jenn E. Norton
Reflecting Pool on The Harry Arthurs Commons
Saturday, October 1, 2022
7:00pm to 7:00am

A digitally rendered, semi-transparent fish appears suspended in a pastel-coloured sky in sunset.

Jenn E Norton, Tributaries, 2022, multimedia installation, image courtesy of the artist

Tributaries uses a water screen projection and AR content of native and invasive species to mark and draw attention to the freshwater habitats of the York University campus area that were buried or rechanneled
as a result of urban development. The animated projection and superimposed AR component show the biodiversity of the surrounding area to create an ethereal intermingling of native and invasive species.

rammed by Archive/Counter-Archive as part of Biophilia: Artist and Archive Exhibition; Curated by Janine Marchessault.

* ‘Biophilia’ references a love of living things and at the heart of the exhibition are more-than-human animals and our entanglements with them.

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