Range Light, Borden-Carleton PEI 2010
Sculpture / Installation
Materials: latex rubber, mosquito netting, block and tackle rigging
Range Light Borden-Carleton, PEI, 2010 is a imprint/cast of the interior and exterior of a de-commissioned range light from the town of Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island. I have created a cultural artifact out of a dead monument – a sort of counter-memorial to the positive and negative effects of the changes, now enfolding past, present, and future in the gallery space. The title is an epitaph.
The work was cast on location with the help of many. Much thanks to Alistair Rance, Aaron Sinclair, Sarah Robinson, Susan Wolfe and Bruce Anderson.
Kim Morgan: Range Light, Borden-Carleton, PEI, 2010, ed. Ingrid Jenkner, Halifax, MSVU Art Gallery and Confederation Centre Art Gallery, 2012, 33 pages.
Oh, Canada: Contemporary Art from North America, ed. Denise Markonish, Cambridge, Mass., The MIT Press, 2012. pages 316-319.
More about this project:
Beaverbrook Art Gallery Interview, Nov 2015
John Michael Kohler Art Centre Video, Oct 2014
Elizabeth Hay Blog, Feb 2013
Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia Masterworks Arts Award 2012 Winner, Sep 2012
Canadian Art Feature, May 2012
Akimblog 2010 Critics Picks, Dec 2010
Canadian Art Feature, Dec 2010
Canadian Art Feature, Nov 2010