Thursday, April 09, 2009

The Art of Go

Visa commissioned artists to "interpret go as a word of action and an inspiration of life." This piece was done by artist Shayne Dark of Toronto and was made from hundreds of branches and intended to "capture the energy and spontaneity of the go campaign." The installation is currently at Yonge-Dundas Square.

I wanted to stay and study the work but for some reason I had to go.

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1 comment:

NoNuclearNow said...

Hi James!

People mentioned your blogspot to us, mentioning our event. Thanks.

You got a great story and photos of the Toronto Easter weekend. and such fun and goodness is what the world should be about! But on manny issues, many government and corporate leaders are abandoning their duty to protect the good people of Toronto and the world: collapsing economy, higher taxes, joblessness, deadly environment...

Thanks in alerting people on some of the issues! Thanks in posting about our event, "No Nuclear Now!" Nuclear is NOT cheap, NOT safe! It is going to cost $30,000, $60,000 per person in Ontario, to build and insure new nuclear plants in Ontario! And of course, if there is a nuclear accident, all the good things and people on your blog... gone... Thanks in caring, Mr Hamilton!

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