Commissioned by Theatre Projects Manitoba
Living Land (2021) is a 30” by 40” flipped and mirrored photographic image that shows the remnants of an unusual living space that exists under a tree canopy in one of Selkirk’s forests. Pollock focuses an eye on this environment from a distance allowing for the viewer to discover different elements and stories that are hidden within while the world itself looks back.
This project is produced by Theatre Projects Manitoba. It was created on Treaty 1 Territory and on the homeland of the Métis Nation. The artist is grateful to the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota and Dene Peoples for their traditional stewardship of this land.
Displayed at: Selkirk Fire Department
Inkjet 30” x 40” print on dtec AQ Matte Presentation Paper
On display from Sept 24th - Oct 7th
Special thanks to:
Richard Barr, Lorna Barr, Jennie O’Keefe, Yvonne Chartrand, Jules Chartrand, Ruth Christy, Fraser Stewart, Rob Sarginson, Impact Photographic Design and the City of Selkirk