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Exhibition

  • Off-Site
  • Emily Neufeld

    Schilling’s House

    April 1 - September 1, 2020

    Location: Lansdowne Canada Line Station

    Above: Emily Neufeld, "Schilling’s House", 2018, photograph of sculptural intervention. installation view at Lansdowne Canada Line Station, Richmond, BC.

    In partnership with Richmond Public Art, Capture Photography Festival, and InTransit BC

    Growing up on the Canadian Prairies, a descendant of Mennonites, Emily Neufeld’s interest lies in the relationships between the environment and the people who inhabit it. Over the last two years Neufeld has visited and photographed a dozen of these empty houses, where the work takes on a performative aspect. Once in the structures, she considers the history of the inhabitants, the building with its contents, and performs interventions – creating sculptures from the various materials found within the homes and yards.

               

    Above: Emily Neufeld, "Schilling’s House", 2018, photograph of sculptural intervention. installation view at Lansdowne Canada Line Station, Richmond, BC.
    WATCH: Artist Emily Neufeld gives an audio tour of her installation, "Schilling’s House." Part of Capture Photography Festival’s 2020 Public Art Program installed at Landsdowne Canada Line Station, Richmond, BC.

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    Tuesday Closed
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    Thursday 10 AM – 6:00 PM
    Friday 10 AM – 6:00 PM
    Saturday 10 AM – 4:00 PM

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    Location

    Richmond Cultural Centre
    7700 Minoru Gate
    Richmond, BC  V6Y 1R8
    Canada Line Station: Richmond-Brighouse

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