10th BIECTR 

I recently returned from Quebec where I attended the opening of the Biennale Internationale d’Estampe Contemporaine de Trois-Rivières (BIECTR). I was thrilled to be selected as one of 51 artists from around the world for this edition of the biennale. I met many excellent printmakers, saw a lot of great prints, and gave a short talk about my work in French. Install shots below: 

The 36th Bradley Print and Drawing International 

I have a print included in the 36th Bradley Print and Drawing International juried by Kathryn Polk. The exhibition opens today and runs until April 17th at four galleries in Peoria, Illinois: the Heuser Art Center and Hartmann Center Gallery, Studios on Sheridan, Prairie Center of the Arts, and the contemporary Art Center. 

I am Wearing Clothes but I am Naked 

My work I am Wearing Clothes but I am Naked is my contribution to the exhibition Flux showing right now at DC3 Art Projects in Edmonton. It was created in response to the year long research project on patient experiences dealing head and neck cancers. It brought together artists, medical researchers, and patients to share and translate cancer experiences. 

My piece deals with the aftermath of recovery, the distance that patients feel from their everyday life and specifically how fraught the social activity of eating becomes. 

Flux

I am pleased to be part of Flux, opening January 5th at DC3 Art Projects in Edmonton. This exhibition is the result of the year-long research project See Me, Hear Me, Heal Me where researchers, medical practitioners and artists worked with patients who were recovering from head and neck cancers. Details on the posters below.

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Dream City, Dreams in Petrovac, Montenegro

This August, I was honoured to be invited to exhibit in Petrovac, Montenegro at the Marko K Gregovic Gallery. The exhibition was organized by the Canadian Embassy and has been touring in the area after my exhibition last year in Belgrade. Below are some of the pictures from the exhibition and opening. I am grateful to the gallery and the warm welcome by all the local cultural workers that took us around and shared a bit of their country with us.

A Little Bit of Infinity

Seven prints from my recent series of plexiglass prints – The Everyday Liminal – are currently showing at the U of A Museums Galleries at Enterprise Square in Edmonton as part of the group show A Little Bit of Infinity. The exhibition features print works from around the world to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Print Study Centre. The exhibition is up until January 28th with an opening on September 30th.

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