Carole Itter

CAROLE ITTER is a Vancouver-based artist who has worked with found objects to produce large scale assemblages using wood and a variety of fibers. Most other works relate to environmental concerns on this northwest coast. A departure from this was The Pink Room: A Visual Requiem, an installation which commemorated her daughter’s short life. She is currently working on a seven minute film which takes place at the intertidal line on Burrard Inlet, and also on a large installation using light projection and slide projections.

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