STÉFY, HAWK EYE VIEW (installation view), Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning, Kingston, ON, 2015. Photograph by Chris Miner. STÉFY, HAWK EYE VIEW (installation view), Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning, Kingston, ON, 2015. Photograph by Chris Miner. STÉFY, Colder Now (installation view), Art and Media Lab, Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts, 2017. … Continue reading

COLDER NOW

the ∇ of trust (2017), neon, 7ft x 6ft x 1ft, Kingston, Ontario, special thanks to Terry Swiaty  and his team at Jones Neon Signs. Coded, I am (2015), self-portrait, 36in x 24in, Kingston, Ontario see-fifty-one (2017), prints installation, Kingston, Ontario The cloud is not cotton candy (2017), experimental collage, Kingston, Ontario LEITRIM (2015), Mixed-media, sculpture, Kingston, Ontario … Continue reading COLDER NOW

LandMarks 2017/ Repères 2017

"Traces", Park Life: Interventions in Public Space, Mallory Town Landing, Thousand Islands National Park for LandMarks 2017/Repères 2017 curated by Tania Willard and Carina Magazzeni.         Traces is a performance that embodies acts of self-reflection, acknowledgement, and responsibility to the land. The performance and its remnants are exhibited in disparate locations, and in … Continue reading LandMarks 2017/ Repères 2017

SCARECROW 2.0 (2017)

Juvenis Festival - Storefront Art Gallery 29 April - 7 May 2017 Scarecrow looks at the ways that surveillance and urban practices pervasively impact non-human animals and organisms consent. Urban developments remove, destroy, displace and replant vegetation. Paradoxically, urban centres, offices, condos and businesses often bring in exotic and ‘visually appealing’ plants into spaces as … Continue reading SCARECROW 2.0 (2017)

pot-pourri: a collegiate exhibition

A curatorial project founded and curated by the Q4F collective at Queen's University, Kingston, ON 'Pot-pourri’ is a French word, repurposed in English to mean 'a mixture of things.' It also eloquently depicts the vast expanse of work created by cultural producers, artists, curators and community practitioners in the Cultural Studies program at Queen’s University. … Continue reading pot-pourri: a collegiate exhibition