inkjet print on polyester, steel frame (48 X 56 in / 122 x 142) cm with fan
A fabric-printed photograph of clouds seen from a plane is stretched over a steel frame supported a few inches above the floor. A fan nearby causes a vertiginous rippling of the image.
many things were left unsaid, Gairloch Gallery of Oakville Galleries, ON, Canada (2003);
curator: Kim Simon
Leo Kamen Gallery, Toronto, ON, Canada (2006)
Installation: plastic bags (7 X 9 in and 9 X 12 in); steel wire; nylon fishing line
Small plastic bags, each filled with a breath of air, are suspended by fine, coiled wires at head height. Holes made through gallery walls let in air, wind, dust, snow. The viewer may walk amidst the bags — they bob about and cling to hair and clothing, whispering around the ears.
Cumulous, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada (2000); curator: Joan Stebbins
Breathing Room, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada (2001); curator: Anthony Kiendl
Bonheur et simulacres, La Manif d’art 2, Ville Québec, Canada (2003); curator: Bernard Lamarche
Conversations with light and air, Two Rivers Gallery, Prince George, BC, Canada (2010); curator: George Harris
photos: Don Gill (courtesy SAAG)
3000 plastic bags; steel wire; 4 photographs, each 21 X 24 in / 53 x 60 cm
The installation is composed of two works which complement each other: over is made up of plastic grocery bags massed just overhead, across the entire gallery space. Each is filled with air, tied, and suspended with a coiled steel wire. They are lit only by the lights which illuminate fluff, a group of four photographs.
over + fluff, Galerie articule, Montreal, 1997
(fluff, collection Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, exhibited 1999, 2001)
installation photos: Paul Litherland