SEA LEGS

 

SARAH MOORE
OTHER SIGHTS

0:05-1:32

[Podcast Introduction]

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1:36

Fermez les yeux. Close your eyes. Journée Sans Culture, Response to the Foreshore

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2:08

I’m trying to, in my own little way…

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Cissie Fu, SESSION 12

3:37

If I look out the front window of my house…

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Carol Sawyer, Response to the Foreshore

5:18

When people start to learn a different story of a place, it does shift how they relate…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

6:53

I’m still learning what it means to be a guest or a visitor to these lands..

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

9:19

You’re in the minimally furnished master bedroom…

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Journée Sans Culture, Response to the Foreshore

11:27

Des gens souples, disponibles et expressifs…

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Journée Sans Culture, Response to the Foreshore

11:30

If I look out the front window of my house…

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Carol Sawyer, Response to the Foreshore

12:27

I was intrigued there had been a beach near the foot of my street…

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Carol Sawyer, Response to the Foreshore

12:55

The developer continues, ‘Do you know anyone who doesn’t want to live near the water?’…

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Journée Sans Culture, Response to The Foreshore

13:13

Stories about the food that the First Nations people gathered there…

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Carol Sawyer, Response to the Foreshore

13:32

What the Tsleil-Waututh elders say about how things used to be there…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

14:06

The colonial mindset, and the presumption of being able to take…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

14:35

My own observations working at the city…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

15:44

To really build sustainability… we have to decolonize…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

16:40

Who should be informing that is the local people who have that knowledge…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

17:52

This is the original (colonial) work of art on the Seattle waterfront…

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Eric Fredericksen, Session 12

18:14

Do you know anyone who doesn’t want to live near the water?…

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Journée Sans Culture

18:29

Barbara Kruger piece… Who salutes longest? Who prays loudest? Who is bled dry? Who dies first? Who makes history? What disappears? Who decides?…

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Eric Fredericksen, SESSION 12

19:327

I recently curated a show at the VAG and included a painting by Orville Fisher of False Creek in the 1940’s…

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Carol Sawyer

20:41

You’re in the minimally furnished master bedroom looking at two large windows, muffled from an adjacent room, you hear the words creative place-making…

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Journée Sans Culture

20:49

What I hope is that people start to have that awareness and acknowledgment…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

22:15

What I’m interested in most of the pieces I show’d today is how the public-ness of the sculpture changed…

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Carmen Papalia, SESSION 17

23:27

One of our actors Mathew…

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Marcus Youssef, SESSION 8

24:26

The most profound learning experience for me in this process is what happens if we just take more time…

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Marcus Youssef, SESSION 8

25:15

My name is Lindsay and I’m speaking from the Bay of Fundy…

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Lindsay Dobbin

26:56

Geological forces made what was once a horizontal surface into a slanted surface…

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Lindsay Dobbin

28:03

As I watch the water move in the most interesting part to me is the sound…

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Lindsay Dobbin

30:18

I’m still learning what it means to be a guest…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

30:25

How we take care of each other, how we become good guests…

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Cissie Fu, Session 12

30:52

This notion of being guests, in-fact uninvited guests…

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Jen Weih, Session 8

30:50

To react is to follow the usual lines of cause and effect…

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Cissie Fu, Session 12

31:47

The generosity of the people of this land…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

32:17

What is interesting is how people come together across differences…

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Cissie Fu, Session 12

33:43

It’s all about how that journey is done… an incredibly generous and loving way of talking about it, as all of us being in the same canoe…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

33:17

Step one: Find a score. Step two: Invent a constellation of things and places and sounds…

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Justin Langlois

36:05

To recognize how layered places are…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

36:30

How important oral histories are…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2

36:57

Those places will erupt through….

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Coll Thrush, Phase II Session 2

38:03

They’re still there… they’re still sacred places…

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Kamala Todd, Phase II Session 2