Collaborative project with artist Jay White
Two collective walks from the Fraser River under the Port Mann Bridge to the Burrard Inlet, following part of the proposed route of the upgraded Kinder-Morgan Pipeline that would carry crude oil from Alberta's tar sands to the coast. On December 14 2014 and May 20 2015, small groups of artists, activists, neighbours and concerned citizens walked the proposed route, along the salmon-bearing Brunette River and through unceded Kwikwetlem, Kwantlen and Tsleil-Waututh Territories. Through our bodily presence, the intention was to internalize the spaces that the pipeline would intersect and effect; to engage in the ecological implications of the pipeline expansion; and collectively consider the complicated nature of this contested landscape. See Watchers.