Archives for posts tagged ‘Canadian’

Jessica Eaton

Jessica Eaton Work from her oeuvre. “Her work explores what photography is and can be, looking at the themes of light, time and spatial relations. Creating images of geometry and colour that play with the viewers perceptions, all Eaton’s images are created in-camera. No post at all. Which is pretty impressive, especially with the photographs […]

Michel de Broin

Michel de Broin Work from Réparations (the video of this piece is here). “Reparations is an initiative in the course of which used plastic bottles found by chance on the street are recuperated and transformed into rockets. The ballistic launching device is made up of a bicycle pump used to compress a mixture of water […]

Jennifer Chan

Jennifer Chan Work from her oeuvre. “I work with video, installation, performance and web-based media to examine notions of individuality, uniqueness and subversion after the popularization of the Internet. Inquiring into the role of the “digital native” in the cultural sphere, I blur boundaries of traditional artistic practices with vernacular uses of technology.” – Jennifer […]

Geoffrey Pugen

Geoffrey Pugen Work from his oeuvre. “With theatrical absurdity, Pugen explores relationships between real and staged performance, the natural and the artificial, and tensions of virtual identity, through altering and manipulating images. Working with video, film, and photography in the digital realm Pugen renders situations that examine our perceptions of how history, documentation, and simulation […]

Andrew B. Myers

Andrew B. Myers Work from his oeuvre. “Tell me about your influences and where you go for inspiration. I’m very interested in contemporary art and design, almost exclusively, so most of my inspiration comes from what I see going on in recent years. Painting to me is an exciting world, especially the work I see […]

Özant Kamaci

Özant Kamaci Work from Pause / Pause M. “In ‘pause’, the work depicts the juxtaposition of powerful machines which are symbols of advancement and technology against nature which is widely accepted as precious and untouched. The medium of photography provides a visual dichotomy of reality and illusion through the aesthetics of plane and tree and […]

Geoffrey Pugen

Geoffrey Pugen Work from his oeuvre. “In his art, Pugen explores relationships between real and staged performance, the natural and the artificial, and tensions of virtual identity, through altering and manipulating images.Working with video, film, and photography in the digital realm Pugen renders situations that examine the viewer’s perceptions of how history, documentation, and simulation […]

James Nizam

James Nizam  Work from Memorandoms. “That political battle between past legacies and future potentials is one point of departure to consider when viewing “Memorandoms,” an exhibition of new photo works by Vancouver artist James Nizam at Gallery Jones. For the series, Nizam used Little Mountain’s abandoned residences as a studio, exploring the site’s echoing histories […]

Arabella Campbell

Arabella Campbell Work from her oeuvre. “Aligned with a systemic approach to abstraction exemplified by the work of Agnes Martin and Robert Ryman, Arabella Campbell is becoming increasingly recognized for her formally and conceptually meticulous practice. Her work often acknowledges the edges of its own material and institutional support structure, to nuance and qualify our […]

Jeremy Bailey (refresh)

Jeremy Bailey recently posted some new and fantastic work on his YouTube Channel. As such, I have updated his previous post to include some of this work.