Auckland University of Technology (AUT), Auckland, New Zealand HD video (2 minute looped), 2014
These sculptural forms depict experimentation and investigation of material malleability and manipulation. The result is a body of ‘hand held’ works marking a definitive and intriguing sense of tension and ‘release’.
Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, UBC, Vancouver, Canada Curated by Elspeth Barnes Rocks of Interest to a Young Geologist Press Release The photographs in this exhibition engage with ideas inspired by the formations and visible properties in geological rock samples collected by a young geologist in the mountains of BC, Yukon and Nunavut.
Western Front Gallery Curated by Candice Hopkins and Jonathan Middleton Scenes: Unseen Text Scenes Unseen Press Release Scenes Unseen consists of two video projections, a still photograph, and a sculpture. Using familiar work environments and generic institutional furniture the installation reconsiders everyday activities and places in relation to objects that define the spaces we encounter daily. In […]
This body of work explores changes in the British Columbia urban landscape. Using a minimalist approach, sculptures and photographic panels address natural and built environments as they relate to Modernism and modern living. The series includes large C-prints taken in Vancouver in areas in transition, coupled with urethane laminate panels used in residential interiors.