Alma Louise Visscher is an installation artist whose actions and built environments are inserted into the landscape. Her work is influenced by traditional dye methods, notions of vastness and intermediary spaces, and surface architecture. After receiving her MFA from the University of Alberta in 2012 she has exhibited in malls, abandoned schools, and city parks. Her latest temporary art installation, “ a circle in a square” was installed in Churchill Square, Edmonton AB. Other recent projects include being a lead artist for the 2016 Wood Buffalo Artist in Residency program and a solo show at the Art Gallery of Alberta.