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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Manchester Letherium Ideas Competition
    Pots Re Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next Manchester Letherium Ideas Competition 2005 poster Manchester Letherium Ideas Competition 2005 scale model Manchester Letherium Ideas Competition 2005 detail scale model Manchester Letherium Ideas Competition 2005 detail scale model Manchester Letherium Ideas Competition 2005 detail scale model Manchester Letherium Ideas Competition 2005 detail scale model Manchester Letherium Ideas Competition 2005 detail scale model Manchester Letherium Ideas Competition 2005 Collaborative Proposal Design concept and scale model for the Manchester Letherium Ideas Competition in collaboration with Crystal Mowry as Liminal Solutions The Manchester Letherium is a storage facility for unwanted cultural artifacts It operates under a purely fictitious concept and history as conceived by Rebecca Duclos and David K Ross On the basis of a purported architectural competition for designing the Letherium Liminal Solutions proposed the Hydrological Letherium Designed as a submerged structure the building is intended to emphasize the proximity of the Rochdale Canal and prominence of water in the Letherium s history Visitors descend from ground level to enter the museum Features of the proposal include Always Remember to Forget Water Tower Offering an off site outreach

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_manchester_letherium.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Jetstream
    Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next Jetstream 2005 Public Art Proposal Final stage competition proposal for Downsview Memorial Parkette Toronto in collaboration with landscape architects Quinn Design Associates Jetstream utilizes byproducts of the aerospace manufacturing industry that are typically discarded or recycled Referencing these origins and the ubiquitous conditions of accumulation in our consumer culture

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_jetstream.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — The Jack Pine Remembered
    First Snow Tokyo First Snow The Silence and the Storm Northern Night Central Neighbourhood House Captured Escaped At This Point Covenant House Like Ancient Pots Re Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next The Jack Pine Remembered 2003 installation view The Jack Pine Remembered 2003 installation view The Jack Pine Remembered 2003 installation view The Jack Pine Remembered 2003 installation view The Jack Pine Remembered 2003 detail The Jack Pine Remembered 2003 installation view The Jack Pine Remembered 2003 Public Art Commission for Amica Mature Lifestyles Residence Toronto aluminum steel paint 15 feet x 6 feet x 6 inches This free standing double sided structure plays with our notions of depictions and reproductions of nature A detail from Tom Thomson s painting The Jack Pine was digitized and enlarged to the real life scale of a pine tree The digitized image was rendered in 1440 pixels in a range of 40 colours Each pixel was then translated into a 3 x 3 x 6 inch square tubular aluminium extrusion Each extrusion was painted and clear coated with an industrial coating system and stacked within a frame

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_jack_pine_remembered.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — Four men whom I never met…
    Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next Four men whom I never met and who never knew each other but whose bloodlines converge in my children 2003 installation view Four men whom I never met and who never knew each other but whose bloodlines converge in my children 2003 installation view Four men whom I never met and who never knew each other but whose bloodlines converge in my children 2003 installation view Four men whom I never met and who never knew each other but whose bloodlines converge in my children 2003 exhibition opening Four men whom I never met and who never knew each other but whose bloodlines converge in my children 2003 exhibition opening Four men whom I never met and who never knew each other but whose bloodlines converge in my children 2003 installation view Four men whom I never met and who never knew each other but whose bloodlines converge in my children 2003 one image seen through the other Four men whom I never met and who never knew each other but whose bloodlines converge in my children 2003 details Avdeij Four men whom I never met and who never knew each other but whose bloodlines converge in my children 2003 details Pedro Four men whom I never met and who never knew each other but whose bloodlines converge in my children 2003 details Juan de Dios Four men whom I never met and who never knew each other but whose bloodlines converge in my children 2003 details Almeron Four men whom I never met and who never knew each other but whose bloodlines converge in my children 2003 Installation aluminum latex paint powder coating 5520 aluminum blocks each panel 32 x 40 x 2 inches Four men whom I never

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_four_men.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — From Here Right Now
    From Here Right Now 2002 Umbrella on axis From Here Right Now 2002 Umbrella off axis From Here Right Now 2002 Waterlily off axis From Here Right Now 2002 Waterlily on axis From Here Right Now 2002 Stairs off axis From Here Right Now 2002 Stairs on axis From Here Right Now 2002 Stop Watch off axis From Here Right Now 2002 Stop Watch on axis From Here Right Now 2002 Ladder on axis From Here Right Now 2002 Dragonfly From Here Right Now 2002 Ink Bottle From Here Right Now 2002 Strawberry off axis From Here Right Now 2002 Strawberry on axis From Here Right Now 2002 entrance with Bee From Here Right Now 2002 subway entrance From Here Right Now 2002 Public Art Commission for the Toronto Transit Commission waterjet cut porcelain tile and custom terrazzo at Bayview Sheppard subway station in Toronto Twenty four images depicting everyday objects such as a ladder stopwatch and umbrella and simple geometric shapes were integrated into the station architecture Each image was initially hand drawn and then projected against the walls and ceilings of a 3D computer model of the station the resulting images were then transferred to the walls using

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_from_here_right_now.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — The Visitor
    Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next The Visitor 1998 2000 collected containers closed The Visitor 1998 2000 detail Agent Understudy and Companion The Visitor 1998 2000 detail Collaborator and Witness The Visitor 1998 2000 detail Diva The Visitor 1998 2000 detail Tart The Visitor 1998 2000 detail Executor The Visitor 1998 2000 detail The Visitor The Visitor 1998 2000 detail The Hedonist The Visitor 1998 2000 detail Diviner The Visitor 1998 2000 detail Thief The Visitor 1998 2000 detail Facilitator The Visitor 1998 2000 A Series of Sculptural Works various found containers with fabricated interiors of wood and latex paint dimensions variable The Visitor series utilized pre existing containers boxes trunks cupboards etc Taking design cues from the containers themselves the interiors were transformed into minimalist sculptural explorations Inspired by a Martha Stewart culture of extreme organization each interior was mapped with mathematical precision to house a multitude of tiny compartmentalized trays shelves and drawers Crisply tooled and painted in fresh Martha esque luminous colours each interior plays off the aged exteriors creating curious juxtapositions that lend each object a unique personality emphasized by such titles as Tart The Executor or Diva The compartments

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_the_visitor.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — First Snow, Tokyo
    Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next First Snow Tokyo 1999 installation view First Snow Tokyo 1999 view through doors First Snow Tokyo 1999 interior view First Snow Tokyo 1999 detail ladder First Snow Tokyo 1999 detail paint cans First Snow Tokyo 1999 Site specific Installation artificial snow various objects installation 40 x 40 feet A

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_first_snow_tokyo.php (2016-02-13)
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  • Panya Clark Espinal — First Snow
    Four men whom I never met From Here Right Now The Visitor First Snow Tokyo First Snow The Silence and the Storm Northern Night Central Neighbourhood House Captured Escaped At This Point Covenant House Like Ancient Pots Re Appearances The Nature of Giving Punti di Vista Aqueduct Patterns of Commitment Collectors Michael C Rockefeller Decalog Research Discovery Previous Next First Snow 1998 view of exterior of shack First Snow 1998 view of interior of shack First Snow 1998 view of interior of shack First Snow 1998 Site specific Installation artificial snow over objects in room installation First Snow was a site specific installation in the Tom Thomson Shack at the McMichael Canadian Art Gallery in Kleinburg Ontario Inspired by the iconic Canadian painter s practice of working en plein air Clark Espinal brought the outdoors in and covered everything in the shack exactly as found with a layer of artificial snow Viewed through the windows of the shack the installation transformed the abandoned interior into a whimsically snowy scene evocative of the enchanted dormancy of winter By creating an artificial scene within the historical artist s former home studio Clark Espinal suggestively plays with our notions of myth making and

    Original URL path: http://www.panya.ca/works_first_snow.php (2016-02-13)
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