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Whenever we turn around in Vancouver, it seems like a new high-rise has sprung up. As cranes languidly turn right and left, performing a ballet up in the sky, our landscape shifts, sometimes gently, sometimes ferociously. In the same way, as houses seem to evaporate, workers appear and disappear from our view and mind.
While this issue has serious repercussions for those who live in the city and those who will eventually move here, artist Carolina de la Cajiga approaches this subject whimsically. In these times when real estate prices are hitting the sky, she multiplies the land available. Through illusion, she brings the matter to the fore.
Supported by a London Drugs Printing Grant.