Earlier this week our latest piece of public art, ‘Storytelling’ was installed!
IMu Chan inspecting the installation of ‘Storytelling’ in Chief Mathias Joe Park, North Vancouver, BC.
Rebecca Bayer of spacemakeplace design worked in collaboration with IMu Chan of FSOARK Architects, in close partnership with the City of North Vancouver and local Squamish Nation representatives on this project.
It is part of the soon-to-be-complete renovation of Chief Mathias Joe Park in North Vancouver, BC.
‘Storytelling’ as seen from the soon to be completed playground at Chief Mathias Joe Park.
The Sisters can be appreciated from multiple angles.
‘Storytelling’ is inspired by a story about the ‘Twin Sisters’ who brought peace to the region and were transformed into Vancouver’s iconic peaks more commonly known today as the ‘The Lions’.
Our special thanks to Toby’s Cycle Works, the metal fabricators and installers of ‘Storytelling’. Thank you to the City of North Vancouver for making this project happen!
Toby and Tito from Toby’s Cycleworks making final adjustments to ‘Storytelling’
Stay tuned for official park opening date – coming soon.