When I landed in Vancouver back in 2010, public art was everywhere as part of the Vancouver Biennale project. Now, though, that project has run its course and aside from the incredibly creepy laughing statues over at Denman and Davie, most of them have been removed--but there are still a few, here and there. A little while ago in Richmond I encountered the stainless steel sculpture "Water #10" by Jun Ren, one I'd never encountered before. It's only a block from Aberdeen Station, but might as well be in its own world.
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