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Opening Reception: February 15, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Karin Jones and Amy Malbeuf bring to prominence cultural identities and histories through the objects they make by leveraging materials and concepts within a contemporary context. Jones, an artist of African descent living in Vancouver, and Malbeuf, a Métis artist based in Nova Scotia, work with traditional and contemporary materials... More info
In partnership with Richmond Public Art, Capture Photography Festival, and InTransit BC Growing up on the Canadian Prairies, a descendant of Mennonites, Emily Neufeld’s interest lies in the relationships between the environment and the people who inhabit it. Over the last two years Neufeld has visited and photographed a dozen... More info
In partnership with Richmond Public Art, Capture Photography Festival, and InTransit BC Self portrait with mended flesh by two-spirit artist Manuel Axel Strain is a diptych depicting the artist’s connection to their Grandmother. The work is born out of the artist’s internalized struggle to accept their own identity. Wrapped in... More info
We must get the measure/beyond-measure of the prophetic vision of the past and of the imagination of Relation – with its treatment of initial conditions, traces of initial conditions its unpredictability, and with the new fabric we must create, no longer the reflection of the essence but the network of... More info