︎ I also contributed a co-authored introduction to the new publication ORGANIZING OUR GRIEF: A Collaborative Response to the Overdose Crisis.
October 2022 ︎ I edited the Living with Concepts micropublication for the Blackwood Gallery, with essays by Danielle Boissoneau, Ella Finer, and Nicole Latulippe: ︎ link.
June 2022 ︎ I curated Nearshore Gatherings, a 6-part program series on environmental activism and stewardship for the Blackwood Gallery: ︎ link.
November 2021 ︎ Running with Concepts: The Mediatic Edition, a major program I co-curated with Alison Cooley for the Blackwood Gallery, was awared Galeries Ontario / Ontario Galleries’ 2021 Program of the Year Award! ︎ link.
︎ Burning Glass, Reading Stone was also awarded Exhibition of the Year (Budget >$50k)! ︎ link.
May 2021 ︎ Back Up Your Data! Developing Protocols for Artistic Research with Media is a new publication responding to The Blackwood’s 2020–21 program Running with Concepts: The Mediatic Edition. Online now! With Alison Cooley, I co-edited the publication and wrote an introduction: ︎ link.
March 2021 ︎ As part of the Blackwood Gallery’s 6-part lightbox exhibition Burning Glass, Reading Stone, I curated a new series of images by American Artist, with a response by Jessica Karuhanga: ︎ link.
January 2021 ︎ Come Live with Us was be screened as part of Education Shock: Learning, Politics, and Architecture in the 1960s and 70s at Haus der Kulteren der Welt, Berlin: ︎ link.
︎ Indeterminate Growth continues at Sheridan College through April 2021.
October 2020 ︎ with Alison Cooley, I co-curated the program series and mentorship program Running with Concepts: The Mediatic Edition, running until January 24, 2021: ︎ link.
January 2020 ︎ Indeterminate Growth, a collaborative project with Sam Cotter, is on view until April 17 at the Trafalgar Campus Library at Sheridan College for Temporary/Contemporary, an annual art-on-campus program commissioned by Creative Campus Galleries, Sheridan College.
July 2019 ︎ See my article Dust Management in the Blackwood Gallery's fifth SDUK broadsheet publication Accounting:︎link.
November 2018 ︎ See a new interview on my project Come Live with Us with Andrew Pendakis published in Imaginations Journal:︎link.
︎ Fanfare is screening as part of the LIFT Madvo Commission program at the Rubinstein Arts Centre Film Theatre at Duke University, Monday November 12 at 7pm.
August 2018 ︎ Fanfare is screening at Photophobia Festival, presented by Hamilton Artists Inc, Saturday August 12th at sundown.
︎ See also my two recently-published columns in issues 1 and 2 of the Blackwood Gallery's SDUK broadsheet series:︎link.