Life In Colour

Drawings by Angela Gooliaff, colouring by you
September 16, 2017 – February 18, 2018

Colour your way through nature on a giant mural that showcases ecosystems from BC and around the world.

Presented by Hemlock Printers, artist Angela Gooliaff explores keystone species in both the terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, employing feminine symbology of peace and wisdom, and story through a giant interactive colouring book mural. “I have connected my investigation of keystone species with the adult colouring book movement as an interruption to the current story of the natural world,” says Gooliaff.

By presenting a web of life for visitors to interact with, it will be visually apparent just how biodiverse our ecosystems are and how drastic an impact the removal of one species from the environment could be. Gooliaff concludes that by “giving the audience control to own their story through colour, perhaps will get them thinking about their own story and placement within the natural world.”

Exhibition Contributors

Presenting Sponsor

 

Curator
Yukiko Stranger-Galey

Designers
Derek Tan
Haseenah Molumo

Fabricator
Lesha Koop

Scientific Advisors
Cowan Tetrapod Collection: Ildiko Szabo, Christopher Stinson
Marine Invertebrates Collection: Christopher Harley
Herbarium: Linda Jennings, Olivia Lee
Spencer Entomological Collection: Karen Needham, Chris Ratzlaff, Don Griffiths
Fish Collection: Eric Taylor

Contributors
Carl Schlichting, In Support of Difficult Art and Artifacts
Conservation, Museum of Anthropology

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