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Meet the exhibiting artist as she shares the process and ideas behind her work in the Gallery’s current exhibition For the Left Hand Alone.
Free admission, everyone welcome to join in the discussion.
Karilynn Ming Ho is a Vancouver-based interdisciplinary artist working with video, performance, multi-media installation, sculpture and collage. Her work draws on existential themes as a means to examine formal and conceptual ideas around screen culture, technology, performativity and the body. Ming Ho has exhibited in solo shows across Canada including the Glenbow Museum in Calgary, Trinity Square Video in Toronto, Optica Centre d’art Contemporain in Montreal, and Khyber ICA in Halifax. Her work has been screened widely in film and performance festivals in Canada, the US, and France.
Above: Karilynn Ming Ho, "From The Left Hand Alone", detail, production still, 2017