Photography by VANDOCUMENT

Photographic documentation by VANDOCUMENT

 Ash Tanasiychuk

Hot Dots

Hot Dots

A photo glimpse at Russell Leng's Too Many Maps at FIELD Contemporary

Ash Tanasiychuk photos On a muggy June night, FIELD Contemporary opened it’s doors for an exhibition of Russell Leng‘s newest work entitled Too Many Maps. From the event’s write up: I’m sitting under a tree in the shade, sorting through piles of maps. Some I’ve found here; some I’ve brought with me. They’re rectangles mostly, […]

 Andi Icaza-Largaespada

Dancing and Advancing to the Edge

Dancing and Advancing to the Edge

In preparing Together () Apart, a performance installation by performer and MFA candidate Isabelle Kirouac.

Word + Photos by Andi Icaza-Largaespada Midday on a Sunday towards the end of May, Isabelle Kirouac and Willoughby Arevalo are hand knotting a surprisingly complex structure made up of bamboo logs and white fabric on the floor of SFU Woodward’s Studio T. Surrounded by thick black drapes, the labyrinth-like performance space is still in […]

 Jon Vincent

Red Moon, Fist Full O’ Snacks (and Sunny Pompeii) at The Biltmore

Red Moon, Fist Full O’ Snacks (and Sunny Pompeii) at The Biltmore

an evening of live musical performances by incredible local bands

On Thursday May 7th, The Biltmore Cabaret welcomed a line-up of new and emerging bands such as Red Moon, First Full O’Snacks and Sunny Pompeii for an eclectic night of minimalist avant folk pop, and dark indie soul rock. VANDOC photographer Jon Vincent was there to capture newcomers Red Moon…       … and Fist Full […]

 Alexandra Bischoff

Sounds and Movements Flex Staccato

Sounds and Movements Flex Staccato

Carolina Bergonzoni and Luciana D'Anunciação's new performance inflates Pandora Park Fieldhouse

Written by Alexandra Bischoff Photos and gifs by Ash Tanasiychuk An empty house (full of air) is the first public performance hosted by Dance Troupe Practice at Pandora Park Fieldhouse. It runs for only three days between April 17-19, 2015. The audience is asked to wait outside prior to the performance—it is a beautiful spring […]

 Faber Neifer

Talent Bursting at the Seams

Talent Bursting at the Seams

Photos by Faber Neifer One year ago, at the Biltmore Cabaret, The Nautical Miles released their album Ode to Joy. Ode to Joy by The Nautical Miles Today, the Miles (consisting of members Corbin Murdoch (vocals, guitar), Timothy Tweedale (slide guitar, vocals), Simon Rotheisler (bass, vocals) and Lucas Schuller (drums, vocals) are celebrating their 10 […]

 Corie Waugh

FutureLoss community dinner at grunt

FutureLoss community dinner at grunt

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Photo-documentation of a community dinner hosted at the grunt gallery by curator Vanessa Kwan and artist Zoe Kreye for the project FutureLoss. Invitation: “As a small thank you for your participation in FutureLoss, grunt gallery and Zoe Kreye invite you and a guest to share dinner with us: Sunday, April 12th, 7pm grunt gallery 116 – […]

 Corie Waugh

Field Studies: Exercises in a Living Landscape

Field Studies: Exercises in a Living Landscape

Opening night and In Conversation

Photodocumentation by Corie Waugh Exhibition statement: “Presented in conjunction with Capture Photography Festival, Field Studies investigates radical and inventive ways in which our everyday landscape might be experienced and mapped. Rebecca Bayer and Laura Kozak’s community-based project The Hadden Park Map Exchange (developed through the Vancouver Parks Board Field House Residencies) documents the coming together […]

 Corie Waugh

Cultivating Equilibrium

Cultivating Equilibrium

Opening Night at Unit/Pitt

Photo-documentation by Corie Waugh The artists, Patrick Campbell and Madison Killo, have been successful in transforming the gallery of Unit/Pitt into a new space for their exhibition, Cultivating Equilibrium, by recontextualizing the Bloedel Conservatory. “Madison Killo and Patrick Campbell transform the gallery space into an immersive, non-site recontextualization of what is known in the rhetoric of […]

 Alisha Weng

Cramped Quarters, Energetic Investigation, and Six Hundred Red Notebooks

Cramped Quarters, Energetic Investigation, and Six Hundred Red Notebooks

MascallDance explores modern living in quirky The Three Cornered Hat

Photography by Alisha Weng Text from press release by MascallDance A profoundly powerful study of movement, space and human interaction, MascallDance’s The Three Cornered Hat features the diverse talents of contemporary dancers Lara Barclay, Amber Funk Barton, Dario Dinuzzi, Billy Marchenski, Darcy McMurray, and Chris Wright. A gutsy and energetic investigation of the spaces in-between, […]

 Brendan Yandt

Atmospheric Extensions

Atmospheric Extensions

Quiet City’s 17th iteration: VIVO, March 26th

Photographs by Alisha Weng / Words by Brendan Yandt Arriving at VIVO at 10 o’clock, an initial excitement generated upon hearing the sounds of Vancouver’s Sarah Davachi and Richard Smith is quickly dispelled, as their set comes to an end almost immediately. Lesson learned: get to Quiet City on time – you’ll want to hear everything. The […]

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