Myth of the Disappearing Natives

Upper Canada Treaties Area 2 (1764–1862) showing density of indigenous Carolinian flora and fauna, which cannot be found elsewhere in the country. Perched on Lake Ontario’s north shore, Mississauga is at the eastern limit of this treaty area. Sources: http://www.carolinian.org;

Myth of the Disappearing Natives

Upper Canada Treaties Area 2 (1764–1862) showing density of indigenous Carolinian flora and fauna, which cannot be found elsewhere in the country. Perched on Lake Ontario’s north shore, Mississauga is at the eastern limit of this treaty area. Sources: http://www.carolinian.org;

Bodies of Water

Credit River watershed, from headwaters in Orangeville and Mono to Lake Ontario. The place names New Credit and Credit River were chosen by British settlers to reflect their estimation of of the Mississaugas as trustworthy trade partners. Sources: http://www.native-languages.org; Native

Bodies of Water

Credit River watershed, from headwaters in Orangeville and Mono to Lake Ontario. The place names New Credit and Credit River were chosen by British settlers to reflect their estimation of of the Mississaugas as trustworthy trade partners. Sources: http://www.native-languages.org; Native

Naturalizing Settlement

Residential properties and flora of Temagami Crescent, Mississauga. The street’s name comes from Temagami First Nation, located on Bear Island in lake Temagami, near Sudbury. Mississauga itself is named after the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation. Sources: http://www.temagamifirstnation.ca;

Naturalizing Settlement

Residential properties and flora of Temagami Crescent, Mississauga. The street’s name comes from Temagami First Nation, located on Bear Island in lake Temagami, near Sudbury. Mississauga itself is named after the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation. Sources: http://www.temagamifirstnation.ca;

Temagami Crescent

On April 23–29, 2012, I will be presenting new work in the context of Door to Door, Christof Migone’s curatorial project for the Blackwood Gallery (University of Toronto, Mississaga). My project, Temagami Crescent, is the result of several months concerted thought

Temagami Crescent

On April 23–29, 2012, I will be presenting new work in the context of Door to Door, Christof Migone’s curatorial project for the Blackwood Gallery (University of Toronto, Mississaga). My project, Temagami Crescent, is the result of several months concerted thought

Intellectual Birdhouse: Artistic Practice as Research

Very happy to announce the publication of an article I co-wrote with Alise Upitis, “On the Research Paradigm in Contemporary Art: A Dialogue,” in Intellectual Birdhouse: Artistic Practice as Research (U. M. Bauer, F. Dombois, C. Mareis, M. Schwab, eds.) by

Intellectual Birdhouse: Artistic Practice as Research

Very happy to announce the publication of an article I co-wrote with Alise Upitis, “On the Research Paradigm in Contemporary Art: A Dialogue,” in Intellectual Birdhouse: Artistic Practice as Research (U. M. Bauer, F. Dombois, C. Mareis, M. Schwab, eds.) by

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Is it a hybrid art practice?

So very excited to be a part of this! IS IT A HYBRID ART PRACTICE, panel discussion with Gina Badger, Lise Beaudry and Reena Katz at the Art Gallery of Windsor, co-presented by the University of Windsor’s School of Visual Arts

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Is it a hybrid art practice?

So very excited to be a part of this! IS IT A HYBRID ART PRACTICE, panel discussion with Gina Badger, Lise Beaudry and Reena Katz at the Art Gallery of Windsor, co-presented by the University of Windsor’s School of Visual Arts

In And Out Of Time: Interview in No More Potlucks

One of my favourite projects from the last year, an interview with Dori Midnight connected to my Mongrels project is now published in No More Potlucks. You can look at, listen to, and read it here. Here’s a little teaser:

In And Out Of Time: Interview in No More Potlucks

One of my favourite projects from the last year, an interview with Dori Midnight connected to my Mongrels project is now published in No More Potlucks. You can look at, listen to, and read it here. Here’s a little teaser:

The Sonic Unconscious at Issue Project Room

Tickets go on sale soon for the presentation of my new project, Mongrels, as part of the Issue Project Room’s curatorial offering, The Sonic Unconscious. The Sonic Unconscious Issue Project Room 232 3rd Street, 3rd Floor Brooklyn NY April 16-21

The Sonic Unconscious at Issue Project Room

Tickets go on sale soon for the presentation of my new project, Mongrels, as part of the Issue Project Room’s curatorial offering, The Sonic Unconscious. The Sonic Unconscious Issue Project Room 232 3rd Street, 3rd Floor Brooklyn NY April 16-21

Rhetorical Manoeuvres in Art

Read my response to Chris Gehman’s “Rhetorical Manoeuvres in Art, Part I,” solicited by curator and writer cheyanne turions, here.

Rhetorical Manoeuvres in Art

Read my response to Chris Gehman’s “Rhetorical Manoeuvres in Art, Part I,” solicited by curator and writer cheyanne turions, here.

Let Them Eat LACMA

On November 7, I presented a new ‘slurp track,’ called GUST: THE SENSE OF TASTE, A RUSH OF WIND as part of the Fallen Fruit extravaganza LET THEM EAT LACMA at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The event’s organizers cast

Let Them Eat LACMA

On November 7, I presented a new ‘slurp track,’ called GUST: THE SENSE OF TASTE, A RUSH OF WIND as part of the Fallen Fruit extravaganza LET THEM EAT LACMA at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The event’s organizers cast