After having established Frobisher Bay (Iqaluit) in 1942, the American military left in 1963, as ICBMs diminished the strategic value of the DEW line and Arctic airbases. The dumping ground for their spent vehicles still remains almost 50 years later. Strangely enough, this feels less like a blight, and more like a monument. The sculptural qualities--particular as they are offset by the snow and sky--are undeniable. Bits of twisted metal, slowly degrading and returning to iron oxide warn against the folly of segregationist and overly protective foreign policy. Perhaps this is really why they called it the Cold War.