Sara Khan's solo exhibition "Suraj Kinare" at Surrey Art Gallery
Sara Khan’s solo exhibit of paintings at Surrey Art Gallery is an impressive mix of skyscapes and dreamscapes.
A discussion with Odera Igbokwe
Igbokwe has been working hard to get ready for an upcoming group exhibition, Plantains & Pigments, which will open at Vancouver’s James Black Gallery in June 2019.
Following the work of interdisciplinary artist Zandi Dandizette at Miami Art Week
Zandi Dandizette, interdisciplinary new media installation artist and founder of Vancouver’s The James Black Gallery, works in illustration, video, performance, and, well, anything. “It doesn’t matter if it’s a blank canvas, or room, or whether I’m curating or even using my own body. The canvas or the space is what I’m using more so than […]
A glimpse of what to expect at the seventh annual Art Book Fair
As media sponsor for Vancouver Art Book Fair 2018, VABF’s Helen Wong and Megan Low contributed the following piece to give you a taste of this year’s fair. We’ll see you there! /// You probably know the Vancouver Art Book Fair (VABF) from the various iterations of tote bags seen around the city. If you’re […]
Brady Marks and Mark Timmings transform the soundscape of a Saturna Island wetland into pure colour fields.
In Earth Week 2016, Brady Marks travelled to Saturna Island and joined fellow artist Mark Timmings to capture the sounds of the wetland beside his home. With sound engineer Eric Lamontagne, they produced a twenty four hour, five-channel field recording. The artists then worked with programmer Gabrielle Odowichuk to develop an algorithm that metamorphosed sound […]
From her mentors and collaborators to the introduction of sound, and now, OW - On Jennifer Mascall’s journey from emerging artist to the society’s 30th anniversary
Written by Katherine Chan Photography by Michael Slobodian Video courtesy MascallDance Founder and Artistic Director of MascallDance Society, Jennifer Mascall has been an investigator of movement for over 45 years. A conceptual creative, her choreography resembles a creator designing a new world. When she manipulates space, the changes affect the movement of bodies, which then […]
Celebrating the fortieth edition of Quiet City and announcing four new shows
Quiet City not-so-quietly launched the 40th edition of their deep listening series at 333 on Feb 16, 2018. Jean Brazeau patched into a custom modular synthesizer, building up from a frenzied cacophony of sound to a wall of harmonious bliss. Jean Brazeau live at Quiet City 40. #livemusic #deeplistening #soundscape #333 #Clark #Vancouver #vancouverevents #Buchla […]
BAF Gallery, November 2nd to December 16th
By Adi Berardini As a teenager, I remember reading glossy magazines with tips on how to live a better life, often too riddled with tips like “10 ways to get perfect skin” or “How to lose ten pounds in ten days.” Kim Kennedy Austin’s series of work done throughout her residency at the Burrard Arts […]
Continuing the important discussion on documenting artists and their work
VANDOCUMENT has been requested by an artist to remove an article that had photos of their exhibition opening. The article’s photos were shot by professional photographer Angelika Kagan. You can view her work on her website angelikakagan.com Kagan’s photos were well lit, well composed, and a tasteful representation of the exhibition opening. Immediately after we […]
A look back at the 2017 Vancouver Art Book Fair
We had a fantastic time at the 2017 Vancouver Art Book Fair. It was the 6th annual. This was the 4th time we have documented the Fair. 2013 2014 2015 2017 fundraiser View this post on Instagram We're setting up at @vancouverartbookfair ! Come visit us. We just found our table – its on the […]