The 19-foot cedar trunk originally found on site during the construction of SFU’s newest daycare was finally returned; only it was transformed into Brent’s newest installation, Nightswimming. This piece is designed to evoke a sense of discovery. It’s made for sitting on, playing on, climbing on, hanging out on – even perhaps meditating on.  Nightswimming was unveiled at the one-year anniversary of the opening of the daycare facility, which is expected to be the first building in Canada to meet the Living Building Challenge.