M–F: 10 am–5 pm
Barbara Strigel and Shirley Wiebe address Vancouver’s changing urban landscape in Double Vision. Working in the tradition of street photography, Strigel explores the idea that the built and perceived spaces of the city exist both simultaneously and separately. Meanwhile, Wiebe’s focus is on how people and communities live, work, and create meaning in the context of a city. Her mixed media photographic works, which attempt to go beyond a sense of detached neutrality, are direct responses to specific architectural spaces. Together, the works in Double Vision present two ways of seeing Vancouver, one standing at the edge and the other moving beyond the frame.