• "Endless Murmuring"

    Follow the link to In the Studio with Elizabeth Barnes

  • Absolute Space

  • Vermont Studio Center residency

    May, 2014 - I was recently awarded a Fellowship from the Vermont Studio Center and am here this month completing an artist residency.

    Founded by artists in 1984, the Vermont Studio Center is the largest international artists' and writers' Residency Program in the United States, hosting 50 visual artists and writers each month from across the country and around the world.

    Vermont Studio Center

  • Toronto International Art Fair


    Toronto International Art Fair, returns for its 14th year at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from October 25th – October 28th, 2013 showcasing magnificent contemporary art from Canada and around the world. Art Toronto will showcase over 110 galleries representing 13 countries. Widely acknowledged as an essential platform for networking in the Canadian visual arts community, Art Toronto brings together collectors, curators, artists and galleries from across Canada and around the world.


  • "Where Do You Want To Go Today?"

    At Herringer Kiss Gallery
    October 20th to November 17th, 2012
    709 A - 11 Avenue S.W.
    Calgary, AB T2R 0E3
    T. 403.228-4889

    “Where do you want to go today?” became the slogan for Microsoft from 1994 to 2002. This principle of limitless choice ushered in the virtual reality of the twenty-first century. The humanization of digital technology, combined with the proliferation of information, is changing our perception of who we are and how we live. The work in this exhibit is the culmination of a project by the artist to understand the embodied nature of this significant shift. Through a ritual process of self-imposed restrictions, involving the mediation of tape and observation of digital colour processing, the artist has simulated a reflexive condition referencing the past as well as the present and possible future. Colour acts as both data and energy, while the touch of the hand connects to our human core. The work asks the beholder to allow for meaning to become latent, latent in the sense of a time delay within the system, in turn, allowing for a holistic consideration of what it means to be human.