The Polygon Outside
The Polygon Gallery is pleased to present The Polygon Outside, a new digital program that extends the reach of art experiences beyond the physical gallery through commissioned projects featured on a downloadable app. The projects animate sites along the North Shore’s waterfront and Spirit Trail locations, using photographs, videos, texts and audio material.
The Polygon App is free to download from the Apple Store and Google Play. From within the app, select ‘The Polygon Outside’ from the menu.
Starting June 6, all four of the following digital outside art projects will be launched:
T’uy’t’tanat-Cease Wyss: Cultural Crossings
A site-specific, digital research project
Welch Street & Mathias Road, West Vancouver
Bruce Stewart: Dollarton Pleasure Faire, 1972
Photographs from the infamous Maplewood Mudflats
2645 Dollarton Highway, North Vancouver
Faith Moosang: Bitter Air
A site specific, 1940’s Radio Drama
125 Victory Ship Way, North Vancouver
A site specific, 360° virtual recreation of author Malcolm Lowry’s cabin
4141 Dollarton Highway, North Vancouver
The Polygon Outside is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts’ New Chapter program, the Province of British Columbia through the British Columbia | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada grant program, the British Columbia Arts Council, and the City of North Vancouver and the District of North Vancouver through the North Vancouver Recreation & Culture Commission.
Image: Bruce Stewart, Dollarton Pleasure Faire series, 1972