Legacy was created as an outdoor installation on the Yukon River, during an Art Residency at the Klondike Institute of Art, Dawson City Yukon. The word Legacy refers to the landscape as being the heritage of the inhabitants of this region, which is famous for being the centre of the Klondike Gold Rush. The once thriving boom town of 40,000 people has dwindled to little more than 1,500 today. The landscape is scarred from years of mining and is surrounded by open tail ponds. The Legacy project posed the questions: what will be left for future generations once the land has been stripped and how are we to protect the fragile ecosystem of the North?