Archive / Dancer performing in the Geodesic Dome

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  1. Dancers performing in a Geodesic Dome, Michael de Courcy
Item Details

Title: Dancer performing in the Geodesic Dome

Artist: Michael de Courcy

Date: March 31, 1970

Format: Photograph [fibre based gelatin silver print]

Location: The Michael de Courcy Archive

Size: 12.70 × 10.20 cm

More Information: The Dome Show was Intermedia’s third and final exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery. The unifying structure of the Dome Show was the geodesic dome. Each intermedia member who was interested was invited to build domes individually or communally for the exhibition. Before the exhibition installation Intermedia members constructed their domes in a variety of public spaces, including the Maplewood Mud Flats, at 4th and Arbutus, Kitsilano Beach and in front of the Bentall Center in Downtown Vancouver and outside of the planetarium.  Collection of the artist.

Further Research: The Intermedia Catalogue
  1. 09. Al Neil Trio performing at the Dome Show
    Michael de Courcy (Photograph)
  2. 10. Collapse of the foam dome
    Michael de Courcy (Photograph)
  3. 11. Free jazz band performing at the Dome Show
    Michael de Courcy (Photograph)
  4. 12. Al Neil Trio performing at the Dome Show
    Michael de Courcy (Photograph)
  5. 13. Box Boxing Match
    Michael de Courcy, Herb Gilbert, and Vincent Trasov (Photograph)
  6. 14. Celebration - 100 flutes at the Dome Show opening
    Michael de Courcy (Photograph)
  7. 15. Judo demonstration at the opening night of the Dome Show
    Michael de Courcy (Photograph)