THE MOON + THE TIDES

With LIGHT KEEPER, we began by considering light, sight, and site, especially in relation to Lake Ontario (a stone’s throw from the public work’s final resting place). Lake Ontario is one of a handful of lakes in the world large enough to experience the pull of the moon, transpiring in tides – albeit, very small tides – a mere 1,640 km3 of lake water drawn to the gravitational pull of earth’s nearest celestial body: the moon.