Andrew Hunter (Dundas, ON), The Remains of the Kaiser, 2009.
The Remains of the Kaiser is a character-based narrative suggesting an alternative history to the events relating to the fate of the bust of Kaiser Wilhelm I that stood upon a pedestal Kitchener's Victoria Park until 1916. This consists of a tour of sites throughout the downtown core and an accompanying publication.
Andrew Hunter has produced exhibitions, publications and writings for public museums across Canada in the United States and England. He is known for his innovative use of collections, his explorations of history and his commitment to creating projects that are engaging and accessible to broad audiences. Hunter consistently emphasizes a broader vision of art, embracing social, cultural and environmental issues and exploring nationalism, myths and popular culture.

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