Visibility can be understood in a broad context, oscillating between prominent and impressive displays to the desire for withdrawal and deferral. Navigating the uneven terrains of our present time this exhibition looks to engage subjects from different angles while taking into account economies of means and qualities of relations. By seeking to evoke, rather than seize, a photographic state of being new work in this installation based project emphasize an anxiety that shadows photography.
Exhibition at Stride (Calgary, 2016) with risographic artist publication and essay by Jacquelyn Ross “How To Look At An Image, Or A Black Hole*”. PDF
Installation views. HD video, reactive dye print on fabric, inkjet prints, C-print, Zink print, cast bronze, 3D print, Dibond, wood, dye, dental wax, dye, framing wire, and tape. Work list PDF