- Congratulations to Ali Nickerson (recent MFA student @ the UofA) on her recent exhibitions!
- Congratulations to Alexandra Duncan (PhD student in the History of Art, Design, and Visual Culture @ the UofA) on a recent book chapter published in Understanding Graffiti. Her chapter (“Chapter 9: From the Street to the Gallery”) discusses the shifts in meaning and efficacy of street art work and graffiti when relocated from public urban spaces to a private gallery setting, with a case study of Paris street artist ZEVS and his show “Liquidated Version” at the De Buck gallery in 2011. Congrats Ally!
- Thank you to Stacia @ Other Peoples Pixels for featuring me in this interview!
- Inaugural RACAR Polemics section on Research-Creation published June 2015.
- I am thrilled to have participated and connected with a web of wonderful academics, artists, curators, mothers, and hybrids of all sorts at Motherhood and Creative Practice in London and The Mothernists in Rotterdam this past week! Thanks to all who made it possible. Video recordings available here.
With fellow panelists Annie Sprinkle, Beth Stephens, Dee Heddon, Jennie Klein, and Johanna Tuukkanen, for the 2013 Performance Studies international Conference held at Stanford University (panel on "Eco Art Performance: Deep Time and the Now of Environmental Performance").
With human rights activist and feminist theorist Angela Davis and HADVC PhD student Alexandra Duncan during Angela's visit to the University of Alberta to speak "On Prisons, Race, and Gender Based Violence" - March 2014
Human rights activist and feminist theorist Angela Davis at the University of Alberta speaking "On Prisons, Race, and Gender Based Violence" - March 2014
Performance as Lucy Lippard for Fiona Macdonald's (Re)Points of View, a multi-channel reworking of Nancy Holts' 1974 "Points of View: Clocktower."
Congratulations to my PhD student Alexandra Duncan on her recent book chapter (“Chapter 9: From the Street to the Gallery") published in Understanding Graffiti (2015)! The chapter discusses shifts in the meaning and efficacy of street art and graffiti when relocated from public urban spaces to a private gallery setting (with a case study of Paris street artist ZEVS and his show “Liquidated Version” at the De Buck gallery in 2011).