The fences in A Very Long Line run in horizontal lines, then in tightly staggered vertical lines; most ominous are the heavy metal forms crossed to create forbidding...
*Sarah Todd* is a curator currently living and working in Calgary, where she is an art curator and public programmer at the Glenbow Museum. She has previously worked...
Tyler J Stewart
*Tyler J Stewart* is an independent writer, curator and musician based in Lethbridge, Alberta. With a BFA (Art History/Museum Studies) from the University of Lethbridge, his interests centre around...
*Jem Noble* (UK, 1974) lives and works in Vancouver (unceded Coast Salish territories). He repurposes media artifacts, stages gestures, screenings and performances, makes installations, publications and broadcasts, often working collaboratively....
*Lindsay McIntyre* is a film artist working with 16mm film and experimental, handmade and documentary techniques. Her short films circle themes of portraiture, place, form and personal histories. She has created...
*Adam Waldron-Blain* is a famous artist in Edmonton. In recent years, his works have appeared in shows at Confederation Centre Art Gallery and the Art Gallery of Alberta, as...
Bruce Hugh Russell
Born in Vancouver in 1952, Bruce Hugh Russell studied at the Vancouver School of Art (now Emily Carr University) and at Concordia University. An independent curator and art historian,...
Nicole Kelly Westman
*Nicole Kelly Westman* is a visual artist of Métis and Icelandic descent. She grew up in a supportive home with strong-willed parents—her mother, a considerate woman with inventive creativity, and...
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Editor's Note: Re-Ornamentation
Kapwani Kiwanga, in her 2-channel sound installation 500 ft at Esker Foundation—part of her exhibition A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all)—gives a 12-minute oral history of institutional...
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