Fracking has rapidly spread across the Peace Region of British Columbia over the last two decades, ushering in dramatic changes to the health of its lands, waters and peoples.

This immersive, multimedia installation of sculpture, film, photography and the printed word invites viewers to imagine the tensions that arise from the intersection between the LNG industry and everyday lives in northern British Columbia—and in turn, our roles as bystanders.
Featuring the art of fifth-generation farmer and artist Karl Mattson and photographers from across northern BC.
April 6 – 19, 2020: Victoria
Arts Centre at Cedar Hill
3220 Cedar Hill Road

Exhibit Hours:
Weekdays 6:30 am – 10 pm
Weekends 8 am – 9 pm
Opening night April 6
Register here for opening night tickets (with welcoming remarks from Elizabeth May, MP for Saanich-Gulf Islands, and live music by Peace farmers Tim and Linda Ewert)
General admission free or by donation.
All proceeds will support exhibit costs and the Gidimt’enLikhts’amisyu and Unist’ot’en Campaigns.