Open Access: Claiming Visibility
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)

Resonant Forms (2017-2018)

Blue is the Distance

If Tomorrow is Yesterday (2016-17)

Leaning out of Windows, 2018                                            More information:

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.

Copyright Heather Kai Smith, 2020