This ephemeral artwork by Aaron S. Moran uses natural materials found on location in a Surrey park.
Artist: Aaron S. Moran
Location: Forsyth Park (10635 140 Street)
Category: Civic collection
Year Installed: 2022
About Branch Round
This ephemeral artwork was produced with natural materials found on location in a Surrey park. Moran arranged branches as an artistic intervention in public space and left them behind after photographing them. The photograph is printed on vinyl-mounted aluminum and affixed to the side of the washroom structure. The artwork speaks to the creation of community and the way that unique individuals come together to make an ordered whole.
About the Artist
Aaron S. Moran (b.1986) is an artist working largely with found materials in both studio and public settings. He earned a BFA from Emily Carr University and an MFA from the University of Windsor. He has exhibited work and completed commissions nationally and internationally. He has received grants from Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada and the BC Arts Council. Moran has lived throughout Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley, including many years in Surrey.