Guest curator Sunshine Frère leads a tour of the Eternal Return exhibition. This is a chance to hear the curator offer her unique insight into the works of each artist and how the exhibition came together.
In addition, Lucien Durey will be performing vocal compositions before and after the tour that were written for a number of his sculptures in the exhibition, to reveal additional narratives and meaning in his series of works.
Free admission. Everyone welcome to attend.
Sunshine Frère is a curator, writer and artist based in Vancouver, Canada. She holds an MA in Interactive Media from Goldsmiths, and a BFA in Studio Arts and Electroacoustic studies from Concordia University. Frère regularly works within local, national and international art communities. She currently sits as Strategic Initiatives Committee Co-Chair on Access Gallery’s Board and also spends time working with the New Media Gallery in New Westminster. Recent and upcoming projects include cache cache, a solo exhibition of her work at Seymour Art Gallery, Speculators of the Final Frontier, an experimental text exploring art and space for SADmag and Counteractive Subterfuge, an exhibition text for the 2017 Emily Carr University of Art + Design Low Residency MFA cohort.
Lucien Durey lives and works in Vancouver, British Columbia. Durey holds a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art + Design and an MFA from Simon Fraser University’s School for the Contemporary Arts. Employing a variety of media, Durey produces performance, sculpture, painting, photography and installation. Recent exhibitions include HOT DOG CAR WASH, Campbell River Art Gallery, 2017, Swimming Pool Blue, Achterhaus, Hamburg, 2016 and Hamsterly Farm Water Tower, Capture Photography Public Art Installation, 2016.