Drip is an ephemeral pavilion that injects color into the gray winter terrain, transforming the site’s snow and ice into a spectacle of light, color, and transparency.
Colored sheets of ice hang like stained glass from a simple wooden scaffolding. Inside, an aged log provides a perch for repose and contemplation. Over time, melting snow causes the facade colors to bleed, streaking downward to produce new hues — a prismatic dance on an icy canvas.
Borrowing from the materiality of Winnipeg’s sublime terrain, Drip transforms the landscape into a luminous sanctuary, a humble shrine to a fallen tree.