Wayfinding Encompassing themes of direction and purpose Wayfinding provides an uplifting message along a short journey.
Directions Artist stop
Ben and Sarah Mosher
Ben Mosher is an interdisciplinary artist from Nova Scotia who resides in Halifax. Growing up in the small close knit community of Canaan in rural Nova Scotia then moving through many larger and unique communities created tension of place and identity. These experiences formed an interest in duality and of memory which has embedded itself in their often poetic, object and text based works. Tying these concepts of a narrative of place and of object together Mosher hopes to create a sense of discovery, a kin to one has growing up in an ever changing landscape. Sarah Mosher is a textile artist and photographer from Canaan, Kings County. She moved to the city of Halifax to complete undergraduate work at the Nova Scotia of College of Art and Design University, which gave her new appreciation for the community she grew up in. Sarah graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art in Interdisciplinary Arts in 2016. She was featured on the cover of the Valley Harvester in September of that year for her graduation exhibition at the Anna Leonowens Gallery. Since then she has continued to do her studio work focusing on community in rural Nova Scotia.
1. Hwy 101 exit 14
2. Left on Route 1 (Evangeline trail) towards Cambridge/Coldbrook/ Waterville, 5.9 km
3. Right on Cambridge Rd
4. Left on Brooklyn St
5. Right on Black Rock Rd, 8.6 km
6. Trails start behind the community centre
7. Continue straight on the trails
8. First part within 5 minutes, about 30 minutes walk for whole installation N 45 09.858 W 064 44.049

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