Constructed Land – 65,000 Variations on a Theme

Constructed Land is a multi-format exhibition that meticulously catalogues a two year/65,000 image archive of photographs scraped from the website of a weather station based in Kimmirut, Nunavut (Northern Canada). Mounted at Toronto's InterAccess this past spring, the exhibition is comprised of a range of projections, displays, interfaces and a series of prints, all of which provide distinct views into this expansive temporal dataset. This undertaking, by David Bouchard, Bruno Lessard and Pierre Tremblay (with Alex Geddie), is a facet of a larger multi-year project called Nunavut Lights, an exploration of cinematic and data-driven narratives that extend out of a single vantage point from a remote community that is just shy of the Arctic Circle.

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