Collaborative work with Carmen Papalia
Exhibition design by Michael Lis at Goodweather Studio
From the exhibition Guidelines, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff AB, Canada
June 15th-August 25th, curated by Jacqueline Bell
Images from Tallinn Art Hall, Disarming Language, curated by Christine Sun Kim and Niels Van Tomme
Photography by: Karel Koplimets, Tallinn Art Hall, 2020
Resonant Forms (2017-18)
Blue is the Distance
Resonant Forms (2017-2018)
If Tomorrow is Yesterday (2016-17)
Destruction Proves its Existence
Leaning Out of Windows (LOoW) is a four-year SSHRCC funded interdisciplinary art and science project, involving four phases between 2016 to 2020. It involves co-designing, curating, testing, and analyzing models of collaboration for art and science. Participants include Emily Carr University’s faculty, art students, visiting artists + physicists, post-doctoral researchers and graduate students working at TRIUMF, Canada’s particle accelerator centre and accelerator-based science located at the University of British Columbia.
Photo credit: Scott Mallory Jr.