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A Long Conversation (for Oona)
Photo: Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
A Long Conversation (for Oona) - photo by Blaine Campbell
438 Terminal
Columbia College
438/468 Terminal Avenue (between Thornton and Scotia Streets)
Private development
2017
Bronze
Sculpture
In place
Privately Owned
Description of work

Peter Gazendam’s A Long Conversation (For Oona) (2017) is a series of 40 bronze sculptures of the species ariolimax columbianus, commonly called banana slugs, installed in and around Columbia College’s Terminal Avenue campus.

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