Carla K. Stewart

Finding a Place for Philosophy

Finding a Place for Philosophy

Am Johal at the Vancouver Institute for Social Research

Words by Carla K. Stewart Photo by Alex Ross On March 2nd, the first of the Vancouver Institute for Social Research Spring 2015 lectures took place at the Or Gallery. This fourth series of VISR, which aims “to move beyond the borders of the traditional university and to open up a more accessible platform in […]

 Carla K. Stewart

Unsettled

Unsettled

Krista Belle Stewart at the Contemporary Art Gallery

Words by Carla K. Stewart Photos by Scott Massey Parallax occurs when an object appears to differ when viewed from various positions. A common example is the changing appearance of a celestial body when viewed from different points on the earth’s surface. Or, the flattening of a three-dimensional space into the two-dimensional plane of a […]

 Carla K. Stewart

True Forms and Shadow Play

True Forms and Shadow Play

Carol Sawyer at Republic Gallery

Words by Carla K. Stewart + Photos by Jon Vincent Those present at Republic Gallery for the opening of Carol Sawyer’s Shadow Puppet pressed up close to one another while chatting, maintaining a respectful yet unbidden distance between themselves and the two-channel video installation projected at the far end of the gallery. To get to […]