The newest issue of Hamilton Arts & Letters Magazine has published an insightful article by Paul Rocca about Untitled (It’s almost a one-liner). You can read it here.
Shlomi Greenspan and I are back from an amazing trip touring Untitled (It’s almost a one-liner) through the east coast with stops in Hamilton (Supercrawl), Ottawa (Nuit Blanche), Sydney (Lumière) and Lunenberg.
Along the way we stopped by CBC Radio One in Sydney to chat with Wendy Bergfeldt about our work. You can hear the interview below.
My first few jobs in university were at video rental shops, so I am very excited to participate in UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. So far the show has taken place in the ODD Gallery at the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture (KIAC) in Dawson City, Yukon in March of 2013, and at the Access Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia, July 30th – September 6th.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT is a project by Suzanne Carte and Su-Ying Lee that mimics a video and media rental store that carries artists’ videos.
My new video, CYCLE, has debuted as a part of this project.
Now Magazine‘s recommending the Wondereur ’2012 Collector’s Set’ as part of their Gift Giving Guide.
Wondereur have created a wonderful story about me that you can read on their website. My new work, and my book, are being featured and have been made available for purchase directly through their Storefront.
What is this new work? I’ve created a series of bronze roadkill-inspired animals — click here to read the story and see the work.
Nice little interview with myself, Thomas Blanchard and Douglas Coupland.
Postcards from the End is a commissioned project that will be featured at Toronto city hall as part of 2012 Nuit Blanche’s Museum for the End of the World. Museum for the End of the World, curated by Janine Marchessault and Michael Prokopow, is a provocative, critical rumination about end times and a world in transition.
Commemorate your visit to Museum for the End of the World on September 29th from 7:03pm until sunrise.
Visit the Nuit Blanche website for more information.