Digital Orca

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Digital Orca
Digital Orca Vancouver.jpg
The sculpture in 2013
Digital Orca is located in Downtown Vancouver (British Columbia)
Digital Orca
Digital Orca
Location in Vancouver
Artist Douglas Coupland
Year 2009 (2009)
Subject Killer whale
Location Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Coordinates 49°17′23″N 123°07′00″W / 49.28977°N 123.11679°W / 49.28977; -123.11679Coordinates: 49°17′23″N 123°07′00″W / 49.28977°N 123.11679°W / 49.28977; -123.11679
Owner Pavco[1]

Digital Orca is a 2009 sculpture of a killer whale by Douglas Coupland, installed next to the Vancouver Convention Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.[1] The powder coated aluminium sculpture on a stainless steel frame is owned by Pavco, a crown corporation of British Columbia which operates BC Place Stadium and the Vancouver Convention Centre.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "Digital Orca". City of Vancouver. Retrieved December 21, 2016. 

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