Vancouver Biennale: Water #10

This is Water #10 by Chinese artist Jun Ren. This 7 tonne stainless steel sculpture is suppose to represent liquid water as a drop or spill in motion. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to capture the very top of the structure, but I’ll have to go back again. Surrounding the sculpture is the beautiful water front facing the BCIT Aerospace Building and the Richmond Olympic Oval down stream. The Last picture is from an airplane flying overhead making its way towards YVR. If you want to watch a beautiful sunset..bring a date, you know…you should really come here and enjoy the view. The rest of the pictures are here.

Water #10

Water #10

Water #10

BCIT Richmond Campus

Airplanes Going To Lightspeed

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6 responses to “Vancouver Biennale: Water #10

  1. these are excellent

  2. i like, i like.

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