Monthly Archives: April 2016

In the Soil, Sewer Music

An installation from the In The Soil Festival of 2016: I sat down with Duncan MacDonald to talk about Music for Sewers and how we make assumptions about music that are completely wrong. Continue reading

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#trynottocryinpublic revisited / redux

A response to the Brock University School of Visual Arts (in the MIWSFPA) BFA Graduating Exhibition at Rodman Hall. Continue reading

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Part 1. What About Rodman Hall? The Exhibition at NAC

An exhibition at NAC presenting different responses to the statement from Brock University regarding its plans to “divest” itself of Rodman Hall Art Centre. I talk about the pieces, their ideas and aspects of community, and this was the beginning of the long series “What About Rodman Hall?” that is available in its entirety online here. Continue reading

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#trynottocryinpublic / what succeeds, what fails

My thoughts on the works in the Graduating Exhibition of students from the School of Visual Arts at Brock, as in the MIWSFPA. Continue reading

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