Directions Artist Installation
stop Uprooted These miniature paper sculptures highlight aspects of Acadian culture through the representation of architectural structures. Family, agriculture and religion are symbolized by houses, barns and a church. The sculptures are displayed on an uprooted tree, referencing the deportation of the Acadians. N 45 06.516 W 064 18.695

Frankie Macaulay

Frankie Macaulay is a visual artist and photographer based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Influenced by nature and urban environments, Macaulay often uses photography as a tool to document observations in the woods and throughout the city. Recently, the artist has been focusing on paper sculpture. Macaulay's artwork and photography have been featured in local galleries, events and papers such as Pavia Gallery, Nocturne: Art At Night and The Coast. Macaulay graduated from NSCAD University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Major in Photography.

 

For more information visit frankiemacaulay.ca.

 

1. Hwy NS 101 exit 10

2. West towards Wolfville

3. Right onto Grand Pré Rd

4. Enter the Grand Pre National Historic site

5. Follow the gravel path towards the Memorial Church

6. Artwork is on the grass to the right before the train tracks

 

This installation sponsored by

 

 

 

 

 

October 25-29, 2017

www.devourfest.com

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