An exhibition and panel discussion that I curated at the Gam Gallery in October – November, 2013, for which we co-published our first art book with the artist.
I had the tremendous opportunity to co-curate an two exhibitions in 2013 about the history and legacy of Canada’s Indian Residential School system and how artists are contributing to and partaking in healing from this experience. This is the first of two posts I will make with some documentation of the exhibitions.
Documentation of a group exhibition I co-curated in the first semester of my MA with artists Jamie Drouin, Adad Hannah, Zoe Tissandier, Rhonda Weppler + Trevor Mahovsky.
Last Friday I attended the book launch of BLIZZARD: emerging northern artists at grunt gallery, which was the first time I have attended a catalogue launch.
Originally posted on Warrior Publications:
Cree walkers and supporters march in Ottawa, March 25, 2013. CBC News, Mar 25, 2013 A group of young people from the James Bay Cree community of Whapmagoostui, Que., has arrived in Ottawa, marking the end of a 1,600-kilometre trek to the nation’s capital. “It’s just been a truly amazing…
Originally posted on Rethink the Rant:
TRIGGER WARNING: The following includes descriptions, photos, and video that may serve as a trigger for victims of sexual violence. Please be advised. Someone asked me today, “What is ‘rape culture’ anyway? I’m tired of hearing about it.” Yeah, I hear ya. I’m tired of talking about it. But…
The Landscape of Abstraction brings together three distinct artists who each explore the complexity of our relation to nature through abstract painting. These artists employ the logic of composition and rhythm in painting as a parallel to the dynamic processes found in nature, moving beyond the tangible and toward the spiritual or emotional qualities of nature that may nevertheless be experienced directly.