DendritesOne Thousand SpeculationsThresholdsMake Soccer Great AgainDendriteInterludeBloomPossibilityInterlaceTortoise CubeTortoise TunnelMajesticMehr LichtRevolutionOne Hundred PacesMonumentCut into the DarkLa Maîtresse de la Tour EiffelArchOverflowLustreEncirclingShared Propulsion CarKeep on SmokingSuperficialRéparationsRevolutionsBlue MonochromeStick to ResistÉpater la GalerieHoleSolitudeEntrelacementTumescenceL’éclaireur ÉclairéDrunken Brawl

Street Light, steel, light
12 x 12 x 10 m
Collection of the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

Originally produced as a satellite project for the New Orleans Biennale, Majestic has now been permanently installed at The National Gallery of Canada. The work is constructed from lamp posts uprooted during Hurricane Katrina. Reassembled around a core made from steel, the street lights are resurrected. The work explores notions of horizon, equilibrium and entropy, while referencing the sense of solidarity with which residents of New Orleans rebuilt their city.

Mclaughlin, Bryne, Cities of Light, Canadian Art, 2011