Buster Simpson, Southeast False Creek Art Master Plan, 2007
City of Vancouver

In 2010, Vancouver, BC hosts the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Vancouver has approached its investment in new infrastructure for the Games as an opportunity to demonstrate innovative, sustainable community design practices. One of these new investments is the Athlete's Village located at Southeast False Creek.

The Southeast False Creek Art Master Plan develops guiding artistic principles and themes, identifies creative opportunities for artistic engagement at every stage of the development project, and outlines the implementation strategies that lead to successful, meaningful and lasting art integration.

Buster Simpson has been active as an artist working in the public realm since the 1970's. His works are deeply rooted in place and time, using the public realm itself - its history, ecology, infrastructure and utilities - to create poetic gestures that provoke and imagine.

Buster Simpson, Southeast False Creek Art Master Plan, 2007
City of Vancouver

In 2010, Vancouver, BC hosts the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Vancouver has approached its investment in new infrastructure for the Games as an opportunity to demonstrate innovative, sustainable community design practices. One of these new investments is the Athlete's Village located at Southeast False Creek.

The Southeast False Creek Art Master Plan develops guiding artistic principles and themes, identifies creative opportunities for artistic engagement at every stage of the development project, and outlines the implementation strategies that lead to successful, meaningful and lasting art integration.

Buster Simpson has been active as an artist working in the public realm since the 1970's. His works are deeply rooted in place and time, using the public realm itself - its history, ecology, infrastructure and utilities - to create poetic gestures that provoke and imagine.

Buster Simpson, Southeast False Creek Art Master Plan, 2007
City of Vancouver

In 2010, Vancouver, BC hosts the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. Vancouver has approached its investment in new infrastructure for the Games as an opportunity to demonstrate innovative, sustainable community design practices. One of these new investments is the Athlete's Village located at Southeast False Creek.

The Southeast False Creek Art Master Plan develops guiding artistic principles and themes, identifies creative opportunities for artistic engagement at every stage of the development project, and outlines the implementation strategies that lead to successful, meaningful and lasting art integration.

Buster Simpson has been active as an artist working in the public realm since the 1970's. His works are deeply rooted in place and time, using the public realm itself - its history, ecology, infrastructure and utilities - to create poetic gestures that provoke and imagine.

Consulting: City of Vancouver City of Vancouver, B.C.

Vancouver commissioned an Art Master Plan for a 55 acre sustainable community on the last remaining waterfront parcel on the Southeast False Creek Basin, to be initially utilized for the 2010 Winter Games.