collaboration with Warren Quigley


Designed for a small park set in the thick of a large urban centre’s downtown zone, this installation plays with notions of public and private space through the displacement of the most public room in a domestic setting – the living room. The varying hues of green pigmenting the furnishings imitate vegetative outcroppings and also launch a subtle critique on the suspect ‘greening’ (i.e. pseudo ecological) trend of cultivators of taste.





media: cast gelcoated fiberglass, steel, light fixtures.
dimensions: 400 sq. ft.
photos: William Greer, artists

site: Toronto Sculpture Garden


Commissioned by L.L.O. Sculpture Garden Foundation.