“Meander” is a spectacular living architecture sculpture created by University of Waterloo School of Architecture faculty member Philip Beesley. The art installation, unlike traditional forms of sculpture, is constantly shifting and moving in relation to the space in the hall. It rises and flows above the public and private areas of Tapestry Hall like the meandering currents of the Grand River.

Like a river, which consists of nature’s interconnected systems, Meander is a tapestry of biology, electronics and technology. The result is an inspiring journey, where tomorrow’s dreamers can imagine nature, science and technology in harmony, creating a new form of beauty.