A young woman walks up stairs featuring a neon light installation named Lucky Charms by artist Pae White at the Remai Modern Art Gallery. Saskatoon.

Pae White’s neon installation, C≈K¥◊CH∆RMS‡ (Lucky Charms, 2014) — one of Remai Modern’s recent key acquisitions — has been adapted for the museum’s interior stairwell. The neon installation, conceived of as a form of light therapy to offset Seasonal Affective Disorder, was designed for the museum, using a unique design software coded by the artist herself. *** Pae White (b. 1963) is an American visual artist. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California. *** The Remai Modern Art Gallery of Saskatchewan is a public art museum in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. The $80.2-million, 11,582-square-metre museum, plus $19.5-million underground parkade, is located at River Landing, on the west bank of the South Saskatchewan River. The museum opened on October 21, 2017. The project is supported by the City of Saskatoon, the Government of Saskatchewan, and the Government of Canada. The design, by Canadian architectural firm KPMB (Kuwabara Payne McKenna Blumberg Architects) and Smith Carter Architects and Engineers, won the 2011 Canadian Architect Award of Excellence. *** Description sourced from the Remai Modern website and Wikipedia (2018).
Location: Remai Modern, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada