Main/Access Gallery, Winnipeg, MB, 1987
A serene pastoral scene unfolds before our eyes. Picture lush green grass, a stream flowing through the landscape to a pond, its babbling sound along with birdsong creating a soothing ambiance .
An ornate entrance gate invites you to explore further.
Following a meandering path around a verdant hill, you discover a mysterious vault of drawers. Each drawer holds a different object carefully arranged on satin, brimming with memories. These objects vary in their states of decay, showcasing the passage of time and the fragility of our recollections.
Curiosity piqued, you reach out and touch one of these objects, triggering a unique haptic response. A flood of memories rushes forth, engulfing you in a symphony of emotions and sensations. Each touch becomes a portal to the past, allowing you to relive treasured moments or unearth forgotten fragments of your personal history.
In this idyllic setting, the past comes alive anew, offering you the opportunity to reconnect with cherished memories and explore the beauty of transience.