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Category Archives: rainforest

three photographs from a 1985-95 study, ‘2houses’
with images from south-eastern Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands


studio practice in
public art, environmental design &
related photography

highlights of studio practice: 2017-march-brochu-ingram-arts-vitae
arts & institutional vitae: 2016-11-18-pp-gordon-brent-brochu-ingram-cv-contemporary-visual-art-env-design

Two Camassia spp. on historic Songhees village site, Dallas Road Victoria, Vancouver Island, May 1978, [...]

Gordon Brent Brochu-Ingram: published photographs, drawings, & designs

Father & son in longhouse, Siberut, Indonesia, April 1988, photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

Riffat Abbas. 2011. Kafis. Muse India: The literary web journal of India (Issue Number 38 July - August 2011 Special Issues on Siraiki across India & Pakistan)                               
Ingram, G. B. 2002. Thinking like a dynamic mosaic: Towards a strategy for [...]

Gordon Brent Brochu-Ingram: arts grants & awards

Mentawai brother & sister, Siberut, Indonesia, March 1988 photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

2004 – 2005 The Canada Council, Travel grant for a public presentation and workshop on interventions in conservation of heritage landscapes and neighbourhoods as contemporary culture and arts production in the Dubai, United Arab Emirates
2003 The Canada Council, Travel grant for lectures and [...]

Quatsino, northern Vancouver Island

From Mearse Island looking north-west, Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island

Amazonas, Venezuela

A bit of far southern Venezuela merges with the Amazon Basin. Part of the Orinoco River flows into the watershed of the Rio Negro River, a tributary of the Amazon River.

Nearly two hundred years after Alexander von Humboldt and French botanist Aimé Bonpland confirmed the ambiguity of these divides, these bifurcations, I [...]

A rainforest valley on the north side of Molokai, Hawai’i

After clearcut logging, above the eastern end of Kennedy Lake, Clayoquot Sound, Vancouver Island, May 1991

Matatonan, Siberut

Father and son, Mado Bak, Siberut, 13 February, 1989, photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram

The island of Siberut lies off of Sumatra in the Indian Ocean.  Equatorial, fecund, and remote, the island’s traditional communities, the Mentawai, have come to be icons for resistance to cultural assimilation, in general, and to the worse excesses of religious missionaries, [...]

Guardian, Lake Lavu Conservation Area, Fergusson Island, Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea