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GICA offer several residencies each year to artists, curators, researchers and anyone else who is interested in exploring their practice in the context of the island and the institute. Residencies usually include a presentation at the beginning and the end, and normally result in a publication. To inquire about available space and resources, please e-mail us at info@gabriolainstitute.org

 

PUBLICATION
Christine Leclerc
The ENPIPE LINE        

Residency 2011

 

 

 

 

 

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Residencies 2010/2011:     Centre B   |   Louisa Vincent   |   Christine Leclerc   |   Upcoming: Chris Gerrard Pinker    |   Donato Mancini   |        Christine Fletcher

Vancouver-based writer and activist Christine Leclerc was GICA's artist in residence in May 2011, where she launched the ENPIPE LINE, a community poetry project whose 'size per letter''  was based on the width of the land allowance of the planned Enbridge Bitumen Pipeline. More than 70,000 kilometers of poetry were submitted, and published in 2012 by Creekstone Press.

The Institute is very pleased to have collaborated on this project. To find out more, please follow the link to Creekstone Press' Website >>, or visit Christine Leclerc webpage >>

 


 

Enpipeline

 

  
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Above: THE ENPIPE LINE,

178 pages, 9X6 inches, perfect bound, ISBN: 978-0-9783195-6-4

Price: $18, Creekstone Press, 2012