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Monthly Archives: June 2009


A PDF copy of this essay is available: gordon-brent-ingram-2009-en-essay-small
The Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway, commonly referred to as “The E & N,” cuts across the narrow coastal plain of south-eastern Vancouver Island. Largely built in the last decades of the Nineteenth Century, there are also branches going  west and north that have been rarely used for [...]

2houses: Still lives

My unfinished project, 2houses, has been an exploration of the vaguely parallel worlds of my mother’s apartment at 3365 Browning Street in Victoria, British Columbia, and the relatively wild ecosystems of the west face of Mount Maxwell on Salt Spring Island, often populated my male friends, roughly thirty kilometres to the north. My work on [...]