Thousand Dollar Quilt (Coupland)



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  • Title of a work by Douglas Coupland, in which Loonies are attached to a quilt to re-interpret the traditional Haida "button blanket"

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Thousand Dollar Quilt (Coupland)

Thousand Dollar Quilt (Coupland)

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Thousand Dollar Quilt (Coupland)

  • UF Button blanket

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Thousand Dollar Quilt (Coupland)

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Button blanket label

Contains a label for a 60"x72" Multi Throw, which appears to be the blankets used for Coupland's Button Blankets.

Loonie as button

Contains a Canadian one dollar coin with two holes drilled into it, similar to button-holes.

Two reviews and an exhibition announcement

Contains printouts of two novel reviews and an exhibition announcement culled from the web: A review of Eleanor Rigby from the Guardian (October 9, 2004, another review of Eleanor Rigby from (October 17, 2004; Natasha Tripney), and a Government of Canada public announcement for Canada House, Trafalgar Square (UK) exhibit (September 21, 2004).