Multimedia installation with sound, bed sheets, mixed materials and graphite drawings
- Drawings: 60, 16×20 Graphite on bristol
How does our flesh hold a memory of someone? To touch and be touched momentarily ruptures the boundary between our internal and external sense of space. Hallowed Winds is a participatory audio installation that offers stories about the memory of touch that ride on breath and wind, evoking the deeply felt nature of relationships.
Gratefully acknowledging support from: the Canada Council for the Arts, Quest University, and the Squamish Arts Council.
Artist Talk at Thompson Rivers University
In April 2018 I was fortunate to exhibit Hallowed Winds at Arnica, an artist-run centre in Kamloops. While I was there I was graced to give a talk on my work to the students at Thompson Rivers University. It’s such a privilege to share my practice and I was thrilled to receive so many deep and informed questions. Thanks TRU! Here’s a video of my talk: