Dubois Residence

Sarah Fuller2013

Alberta Foundation for the Arts

Alberta Foundation for the Arts
Edmonton, Canada

The buildings in Aldcroft Residence and Dubois Residence are both at home and displaced. The photographs are a record of a site-specific installation that the artist created in Bear Creek, Yukon Territory in 2013. Originally constructed as a company town for the Yukon Consolidated Gold Corporation, Bear Creek was abandoned in 1966 and many of the buildings were lifted from their foundations and transported to nearby Dawson City. Titled the Homecoming, Fuller’s installation integrated five of these buildings back into their original location using large-scale prints on linen. She also used theatre techniques from the 19th century to manipulate the prints, making them appear to transition from dusk to night. The end result is a ghost-like conjuring of the past—one that reminds us of the transient nature of place.


  • Title: Dubois Residence
  • Creator: Sarah Fuller
  • Date Created: 2013
  • Physical Dimensions: 137.6 x 114.4 cm
  • Rights: Collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts
  • Medium: photography

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