Client: City of Lethbridge & City of Montreal
Location: Montreal, BC, Canada
Completion date: 2020
Twinned coyotes are partly mythical, partly familiar – wild, yet at home here, moving between the windswept landscape of Alberta and the urban spaces of Saint-Laurent. There is an implied, undefined narrative between the coyotes, reflections of the other. The abstract form evokes the coulees of southern Alberta, a place shaped by the natural landscape and a mythology of the wild. This form also plays with the idea of ‘plinth’ and the formality of historic public sculpture.
Set within an urban park, to celebrate the twinning of sister cities, Lethbridge and St. Laurent, two coyotes look westward back to Lethbridge.