No Name Creek takes Zebulon Zang’s lifelong home city of Coquitlam as its starting point and point of departure. The exhibition consists of a collection of large-scale photographs and a documentary film that presents an idiosyncratic depiction of life in Coquitlam. Examining the relationship between centres and peripheries, Zang draws upon his own experiences of these in-between spaces to examine what they say about the city. Through surveying both the physical and cultural landscape, the exhibition moves from specific details to larger social currents, playing between fascination and alienation of a space undergoing rapid and frequently severe development.