Giclée Reproduction: 22 x 26 velvet fine art
“The World Wall” is a 240’ traveling mural installation designed by Judith F. Baca. Sponsored by the Social and Public Arts Resource Center, the World Wall began its world tour premiering in Finland and the Soviet Union in 1990.
One of the primary goals of the exhibition is to reach the widest possible audience and create an arena for dialogue. An innovative traveling installation system of poles, guy-wires and canvas frees the murals from the restrictions of conventional art exhibitions. Seven panels 10 foot by 30 foot each assemble into a 100-foot diameter circle, traveling to public spaces nationally and then internationally.
About The Inuit Send the World a Canary
Designed by artist Tania Godoroja Pearse, the mural speaks to the issues of both global warming and rapacious exploitation of natural resources, and their profound and uncontrolled destruction of Canadian life and landscape. Rampant nonrenewable resource development in the form of mining, oil sands and shale gas extraction, along with leaking oil and gas pipelines crisscrossing our waterways and lands like a web of bleeding arteries, continue to threaten our collective ways of living and our natural systems upon which we all depend.