• Moving Art - in conjunction with the Eastside Culture Crawl

    I will have this short animation featured in "Moving Art 2018" as part of the
    Eastside Culture Crawl.

    The animation investigates the process of thinking through a painting practice. Inspired by Donna Haraway and her concept of the ‘Chthulucene’—the era in which the ‘tentacular’ whole of human and non-human relations is part of an accelerated cataclysm, the animation weaves painted works with thought images in order to elucidate an overlay of theoretical and artistic praxes.

    If you're out for the Crawl, come view the 6 short films selected for "Moving Art 2018." They will be projected in a continuous loop at the following events:

    Eastside Culture Crawl
    November 15-18
    Charles Clark Gallery in Strange Fellows Brewing
    1345 Clark Dr

    Spaces, Places and Traces: Eastside Culture Crawl Preview Show
    October 27 – November 11
    The Arts Factory, 281 Industrial Ave
    Tuesday to Sunday, 12pm – 6pm
    Opening night October 27 from 8:30 – 10pm

  • Shift: Kwantlen Polytechnic University Fine Arts Faculty at the Surrey Art Gallery

    Shift: Kwantlen Polytechnic University Fine Arts Faculty at the Surrey Art Gallery

    I'm pleased to have my work included in this exhibit at the Surrey Art Gallery. The exhibit runs from July 23, 2017 to November 5, 2017.

    For more information: Surrey Art Gallery

    Shift: Kwantlen Polytechnic University Fine Arts Faculty
    See the remarkable talent of the individuals teaching the next generation of this province’s artists! In Shift: Kwantlen Polytechnic University Fine Arts Faculty, visitors will encounter works in traditional painting, ceramics, photography, and sculpture.

    Responsible for guiding the visions of many emerging Surrey-based artists, Kwantlen’s fine arts professors and instructors are formidable experts within their respective disciplines. Their practices encompass both the physical and theoretical exploration of material. Some artworks push the limits of the form, demonstrating mastery of traditional media, while others focus on how images are artificially constructed via technology. All are unified by a keen interest in using artistic media to create compelling imagery and to address socially relevant topics such as personal health, the subconscious, and the construction of text.

    Artists: Elizabeth Barnes, Ana Black, Ying-Yueh Chang, Bastien DesFriches Doria, Sibeal Foyle, Jessica Gnyp, Heather Lippold, Alison MacTaggart, Paulo Majano, Scott McBride, Maria Anna Parolin, Terry Sawatzky, Liz Toohey-Wiese, and Kira Wu.