Urban Fabric

Manifestation, my latest video installation will be exhibited at the Textile Museum of Canada as part of Urban Fabric, an exhibition curated by Deborah Wang. Manifestation explores the interdependency between technology, speed and the glitch, while revisiting the 1909 Futurist Manifesto.




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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.

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Canada Arts Connect

cacmagasmall-edited12Canada Arts Connect has posted an article  to get you ready for SUPERCRAWL! The article features interviews with the artists and organizers, and should get you excited for the weekend. Click here to read.

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supercrawl-logoSarah Beck and I will be presenting our new collaborative artwork as part of Hamilton’s SUPERCRAWL.

SUPERCRAWL is a FREE outdoor festival of art, music and performance on James Street North in Hamilton, Ontario. This year’s fifth anniversary edition will again take place over two days: Friday, September 13th and Saturday, September 14th.

We are excited to exhibiting alongside BGL, Jason Krugman, Roy Caussy, Burlington Slam Project, Connor Bennett and Kearon Roy Taylor, Alexa Hatanaka and Patrick Thompson, Erika James and Elinor Whidden.

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Screening LIFT Friday August 9th in Hamilton

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Lumière 2013

microphone 2Gearing up for a collaborative artwork with Sarah Beck (aka The Beckster) as part of  Lumière.

Held each September, Lumière is an art-at-night festival that takes place in Sydney, Cape Breton. This year’s festival will take place on September 28, 2013 from 6:58 pm – 11:58 pm.

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Embracing the Cold

Picture 14Writer Paul Rocca has written an excellent article for Fine Cut magazine comparing Toronto and Winnipeg’s art scenes. Rocca interviewed myself and artist Steve Shaddick to discuss our recent works and share our views on the scene’s identity.

Read the article here.


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