Directions 1. Hwy 101 exit 11
2. Hwy 358 towards Canning
3. Left on Saxon St
4. Right on Hillaton Rd
5. Left on NS-221W
6. Straight onto Black Hole Rd
7. Left on Gospel Woods Rd
8. Right on Baxters Harbour Rd
9 Soft right on Paddy Beach Rd
10. Follow to the end
11. Installations are in the tidal zone, not visible at high tide There are up to 12 wrapped rocks to find. N45 13.852 W64 30.860 Artist
Installation 10
Embodied Site: Boulders Embodied Site: Boulders (the second public art installation of an ongoing material study series) is an intervention with nature that relates to the embodiment of site and the documentation of the seemingly invisible. This installation makes use of a series of locations along the shore of Baxters Harbour Falls in Kings County, Nova Scotia, where boulders are wrapped in natural fabric and bear witness to the site as they document the environment over the period of the exhibition. The work brings into view the impact that time, the elements, and the location has on untreated fabric. The canvas-wrapped boulders will provide a record of the time-based work while enhancing our understanding of the unseen manifestations that occur in nature. At the end of the exhibition, the stones will be disrobed and their portraits will be displayed with the first study, Embodied Site: Sticks (created in 2017). This installation sponsored by
Lorraine Albert Lorraine Albert is an interdisciplinary artist with a practice where site, movement, and installation art intersect with experimentation and experience. She has a degree in Graphic Design (Dawson College) and a Bachelor of Fine Art (Concordia University) and has presented her choreographic work and visual art in various shows and festivals in Canada. Lorraine has most recently presented a paper on alternative pedagogical strategies at the Universities Art Association of Canada (UAAC) in Banff, Alberta. She is concluding her Masters of Fine Arts degree at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University in Halifax.