Installation

 Ash Tanasiychuk

Lazy Susan

Lazy Susan

the 2017 SFU BFA graduating exhibition at Audain Gallery

With a playful title like Lazy Susan, unlike so many pretentious undergrad group show titles (hell, mine was “Flux” – ha!), the world was wide open with possibilities about the range and quality of work that would be seen. This was by far one of the most fresh showings of undergrad work to be seen […]

 Rennie Brown

Artifact at Creative Coworkers

Artifact at Creative Coworkers

New work by four local artists

New shots of the Artifact opening at Creative Coworkers by new VANDOCUMENT photographer Rennie Brown. Check out more of Rennie’s work at renniebrown.com Welcome to the team, Rennie! At multi-use space Creative Coworkers (check them out, they’re cool, offering everything from tax help to get to know ya minglers to exhibitions like this one), four […]

 Ash Tanasiychuk

Next Stop, Aberdeen

Next Stop, Aberdeen

The inaugural exhibition at Plaza Projects in Aberdeen Square, Richmond

Photos by Ash Tanasiychuk Plaza Projects presents its inaugural exhibition curated by 7:30assemble, Precarium – Right Until Revocation, which is a convergence of five emerging curators and fourteen artists. Using this commercial space that has temporarily been made available, we are taking this moment of departure from conventional forms of an art institution to more […]

 Jen Kennedy

Rivulets

Rivulets

Video, Words and Photos by: Jen Kennedy I arrived at a secret location in Chinatown to see three linked plays. The stories confront the look of madness or survival in a world at its absolute end. The series was called Rivulets, but the plays had their own subtitles and were separate distinct vignettes, all set […]

 Frances Breden

Hong Kong Exile: In Studio

Hong Kong Exile: In Studio

A short documentary film on the interdisciplinary arts company

Hong Kong Exile: In Studio. A short documentary film on the interdisciplinary arts company Hong Kong Exile, and their current work in studio. The film weaves together Milton Lim‘s meditative new media work, Remy Siu‘s compositions of light and sound, and Natalie Tin Yin Gan‘s contemporary solo dance. The three artists also speak to the […]

 Ash Tanasiychuk

ISEA2015 Disruption video

ISEA2015 Disruption video

The VANDOCUMENT recap of ISEA2015. Not for the faint hearted or epileptic.

ISEA2015 was a six-day symposium (14-19th August 2015) featuring over 450 speakers, workshops, tutorials, panels, papers and institutional presentations, showcasing over 160 cutting-edge digital artworks. ISEA2015’s theme of DISRUPTION invited a conversation about the aesthetics of change, renewal, and game-changing paradigms. To go with this theme, this video is packed with raw bursts of energy; […]

 Lukas Engelhardt

Scrap Map

Scrap Map

A new installation and publication by artist Sarah Davidson

Photographic documentation by Lukas Engelhardt From the event’s fb description: Join Project Space for our Monthly Open Studio, Scrap Map, an installation and publication by Vancouver-based artist Sarah Davidson. By transforming the unintended gesture of creating offcuts into a temporary installation work, Scrap Map creates a “mind map” reflective of the artist’s own process. Scrap […]

 Kaitlen Louise

On Life , Art and Business

On Life , Art and Business

An Interview with Artist Ricky Alvarez of Tinto Creative

Words and Photos by Kaitlen Arundale Ricky Alvarez is a local installation artist and the creative director of Tinto Creative, a company he started not long after relocating to Vancouver. I met Ricky at his large studio which felt unlike any other Vancouver back alley studio I have seen to date. It was bright and […]

 Corie Waugh

My Missing Body

My Missing Body

Start to finish, an Immersive Workshop facilitated by Zoe Kreye and final performance at Western Front

Photography by Corie Waugh, description taken from the FACEBOOK page “In partnership with LIVE 2015 and the Western Front, artist Zoe Kreye facilitates an immersive workshop where participants develop embodied scores with an installation of ceramic sculptures. The workshop in its entirety is conceived of as a collectively developed performance ritual. Each session begins with a […]

 Brit Bachmann

‘Colour of Right’

‘Colour of Right’

Ground Gallery’s debut exhibition, In Passing, ex situ

Words by Brit Bachmann (accompanied by selections from Trespass Act [RSBC 1996] Chapter 462). Photos by Brendan Yandt. At the end of a very long drive and an even longer bike ride into Point Grey, is a boarded up house insulated by a tall fence and scrubs. Cedar siding lifts off the structure from seasons […]

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