Brunt Issue 3

Publisher grunt gallery
ArtistsKOHNKE, JOSEPH; FITZPATRICK, JASON; ARCAND, JOI; GAY, FELICIA; KRUSZELNICKI, CHRYSTAL; ITTER, CAROLE; ATSA; MASCARO, DINA GONZALEZ; ROSARIO, KUH DEL; NORRIS, JUDE; ANDERSON, LAURIE; REECE, SKEENA; BELMORE, REBECCA; CLAXTON, DANA; YUXWELUPTUN, LAWRENCE PAUL
Author(s)TODD, JEREMY; KHANG, DAVID; MAIER, NIKKI; RODIN, RENEE; ALTEEN, GLENN; CROSBY, MARCIA; BLACK, ANTHEA; WILLARD, TANIA; PECHAWIS, ARCHER; WARREN, DAINA
Year Published2007
Month PublishedJune
ISBN / ISSN #1-895329-7
Summary / KeywordsIssue # 3 of Brunt magazine, a publication put out by grunt artist-run centre. Featuring "Reading Death, Becoming Animal: Thinking about Joseph Kohnke's Marked" by Jeremy Todd, which focuses on death and the body, "Jason Fitzpatrick: Transitions and Transformations" by David Khang, focusing on ritual, labour, and body modification, "Give Her a Face" by Nikki Maier, on Canada's hundreds of missing Aboriginal women, "Shimmering and Shining" by Renee Rodin, covering Carole Itter's film and performace Metallic: A Fish Film, which was shot in the Burrard Inlet, "Attack # 15" by Glenn Alteen, on the Montreal group ATSA, "All of the Rubble" by Marcia Crosby, covering Dina Gonzalez Mascaro's exhibit at grunt Rubble, "Scavenging the City in Bubbling Holey Globs Caim Space" by Anthea Black, on housing prices, condo real estate, and Kuh del Rosario's sculpture dealing with it, "I am in a Place of Beauty: The Art of Jude Norris" by Tania Willard, in which she reviewed the Cree-Metis artist's exhibit Affirm/Nation, "Spectacles of Intimacy" by Lora Carroll, detailing a group show involving six Vancouver island artists and the tension between the public and private, "The Influence of the Moon" by Archer Pechawis, and interview with Laurie Anderson, and "Catharsis" by Daina Warren, covering three performances at Open Studios by three First Nations artists: Skeena Reece, Roger Crait, and Jackson 2Bears. The issue focuses on changes at grunt and Brunt; new staff, funding, and projects, and writing relating to their past six months of programming. BODY; ACTION/SCULPTURE; NATIVE POLITICS; ABORIGINAL WOMEN; NATIVE ART
MediaInstallation, Painting, Performance, Sculpture, Social Practice, Video
Category100
Hard Copy Location grunt gallery
NotesBrunt Magazine Issue 3. Vancouver, BC: grunt gallery, 2007.