Last fall I was invited to give an artist talk at Eastern Oregon University in La Grande, Oregon. They have a small, but strong art program and I had a great time doing studio visits with their students. I was invited back for an exhibition for January – February of 2016 at the Nightingale Gallery on campus. It was nice to have the opportunity to share my work in person to many of the same students who saw my lecture a few months prior. Professor Cory Peeke organizes the gallery space; here’s a link to his press release for the exhibition, and a link to an article in a local paper.
Earlier today I got to see the talented crew at the Art Gallery of Alberta putting the finishing touches on installing my video in the 2015 Biennial. I also had a quick sneak peek at the rest of the show and I am very honoured to be a part of this exhibition. Curator Kristy Trinier has done a stellar job putting together a dynamic group of artists for this year’s biennial.
Fish Griwkowsky published a great preview of the show in the Edmonton Journal. I’m looking forward to tomorrow’s opening night celebrations!
Read more about Future Station: 2015 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art on the AGA’s website.