Brunt Issue 5

Publisher grunt gallery
ArtistsHILL, JAKE; MCKENZIE, KEVIN; DION, WALLY; PERRAULT, CLAUDE; COOPER, ANDREA; STRAKOVSKY, DMITRY; BALL, NATALIE; L'HIRONDELLE, CHERYL
Author(s)ALTEEN, GLENN; WARREN, DAINA; WILLARD, TANIA; GEORGE, SEAN; TODD, JEREMY; PETRYSHN, DEMIAN; JOHNSON, MERRITT; BOYCE, DR. MICHAEL J.
Year Published2009
Summary / KeywordsShowcasing the artists exhibiting at grunt gallery, brunt magazine is a complement to the exhibitions and a closer look at the artists, their processes, and the ideas that inspire their work. In this issue: - Jake Hill: Architecture and Light, by Glenn Alteen - this installation, New Work, posits a reflection on architecture and light to contemplate how we see and we we perceive when we see. - Kevin McKenzie: Constructed Performative Actions, by Daina Warren - an installation that involved documenting the construction of a screen within the gallery and projecting that documentation back onto the screen. dealing with construction, our sense of reality, and Vancouver's changing urban environments - Wally Dion: Red Worker, by Tania Willard - a portrait series covering the worker as described by the communist classless society - Claude Perrault: It Is Marvellous in our Eyes, by Sean George - collaged portaits of Queen Elizabeth I using gay pornography as source material - Andrea Cooper: Coming to Terms with Fickle as Poison, by Jeremy Todd - Fickle as Poison is a 15-minute looped video projection accompanied by photographs from the shoot, printed excerpts of dialogue, and some narration originally intended for inclusion in the video. A man and woman relate the fragmentary perceptions of their tumultuous relationship. - Dmitry Strakovsky:...as if a forest, by Demian Petryshn - an audio installation of a forest audioscape accompanied by instructions on how to create each sound - Natalie Ball: Self Excavation and Auto-Ethnography, by Merrit Johnson - installation The Savages focuses on creating dialogues with racial narratives - Cheryl L'Hirondelle: Reviewing Because of Songs by Cheryl, by Dr. Michael Boyce - Nikamon Ohci Askiy(Songs Because of the Land): a mobile communications art project sponsored by grunt gallery. Performace art, concept art, an interactive web-based installation, musical composition, musical performace, CD recording, DVD, web 2.0 exhibition and spirit quest. ARCHITECTURE; LIGHT; INSTALLATION; ABORIGINAL ART; AUTO-ETHNOGRAPHY
MediaVideo, Audio, Architecture, Installation, Music, Painting, Performance, Photography, Web-based art
Category100
Hard Copy Location grunt gallery
NotesBrunt Magazine Issue 5. Vancouver, BC: grunt gallery, 2009.