Education

Masters of Fine Arts, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Canada, 2016

Fine Art Foundation Certification, University of Brighton, England, 2012

Bachelor of Commerce with a Minor in Art History, University of British Columbia, Canada, 2010

 

Exhibitions, Performances and Projects

C/O: Postal Labour & the Distributed Archive, duo exhibition with Justin Langlois at the Workers Arts and Heritage Centre, Hamilton, (forthcoming) Winter 2020

Tender Persuasions, or, Looking for the Hard Edge, solo exhibition at the Ranger Station Art Gallery, Agassiz, (forthcoming) October, 2017

Covering Ground, solo exhibition at Hyphenated Sites, Vancouver, 2016

Sea Level, group exhibition at Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver, 2016

Performing Pedagogies, group exhibition at Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts, Kingston & Vancouver, 2016

In Passing, group exhibition at Ground Gallery, Vancouver, 2015

School for Eventual Vacancy, various Vancouver locations, 2015

Flight Lines, group exhibition in Concourse Gallery, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Vancouver, 2015

The Big Help, solo exhibition at 434 Columbia Street, Vancouver, 2013

Sometimes I think I can see you, participating writer in Mariano Pensotti's performance piece, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver Art Gallery and PuSH International Performing Arts Festival, Vancouver, 2013

Block, public art commission, City College Brighton and Hove, Brighton, 2012

 

Residencies and Conferences

Geologic Time, Interdisciplinary Thematic Residency, Banff Centre, 2017

Curatorial Retreat, Contemporary Art Gallery, 2016

International Paper-making Conference, Friends of Dard Hunter, Banff Centre, 2015

 

Awards

British Columbia Arts Council, Early Career Development Grant, 2016

Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Graduate Travel and Research Award, 2015

Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Graduate Entrance Scholarship, 2014

BREESE LITTLE Prize for Art Criticism, 2012

 

Contributions to Publications

"Rivers, Fish, and Oil: Soundscapes and the Lapping Tides of Carbon Colonialism." In Breach Magazine, edited by Carla Stewart. <http://www.breachmagazine.ca/rivers-fish-and-oil>. June 2015.

"Black Gold: The Esoteric and the Ecological." In Espace Magazine, edited by André-Louis Paré. No. 110, May 2015, Forms of Ecology. 

“Froment’s Homage and Interdisciplinary Action.” In Decoy Magazine, edited by Lauren Marsden. <http://decoymagazine.ca/froments-homage-and-interdisciplinary-action/>. February 2014.

"Wednesday: LIVE International Performing Arts Biennale 2013." In Decoy Magazine, edited by Lauren Marsden.  <http://decoymagazine.ca/wednesday-live-international-performance-art-biennale-2013/>. September 2013.

"Erin Shirreff and Nancy Holt @ CAG." In WhiteHot Magazine, edited by Noah Becker.  <http://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/nancy-holt-contemporary-art-gallery/2768>. May 2013.

“Chewing on Witticisms: Ciprian Muresan’s Recycled Playground.” In Decoy Magazine, edited by Lauren Mardsen. <http://decoymagazine.ca/chewing-on-witticisms-ciprian-muresans-recycled-playground/>. March 2013.

“Classified Headlines: Neil Wedman at Charles H. Scott.” In Decoy Magazine, edited by Lauren Mardsen. <http://decoymagazine.ca/classified-headlines-neil-wedman-charles-h-scott/>. February 2013.

“Sarah Browne: How to Use Fool’s Gold.” In WhiteHot Magazine, edited by Noah Becker. <http://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/sarah-browne-contemporary-art-gallery/2606>. August 2012.

“First Word: One Syllable. Second Word: Four Syllables.” BREESE LITTLE Prize for Art Criticism, Volume V. <http://www.breeselittle.com/#/art-criticism-prize-vol-v/4563964064>. May 2012.

"Bi-Fold Door.” In Modern Mind, edited by Hannah Grout, Andrew Jones et. al, 128-129. Brighton: University of Brighton, 2012.