The Haywood Bandstand architecture easily lent itself as a large-scale lantern glowing with the embers of the memories from past sunsets. Lit from within, the overlapping layers of fabric evoked the setting sun. Colours transitioned from orange to red, fading to pink, fusing into lilac and finally reaching to a sky blue in the cupola. This work aimed to evoke the connections of a lighthouse or beacon (of hope).


Installed in conjunction with the 2015 Lumière Festival.


Carlyn Yandle

Exhibit Dates

Installed December 2015


Alexandra Park (beside English Bay)
Vancouver, BC


Outdoor installation comprised of lighting and multiple layers of stretched, knit fabric