Solo Exhibition I Back Gallery ProjecT

Paracosm O (spectral gaze), inkjet on metallic paper, 18" x 24" edition of 3, 2017.

Paracosm O (spectral gaze), inkjet on metallic paper, 18" x 24" edition of 3, 2017.

February 9 – March 7, 2017

Opening Reception: Wednesday, February 8 from 5-8pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, February 25 at 2pm

In the not so distant past, there was a beautifully poetic vision theory that proclaimed the eye to contain a small crystal, carefully shaping the light so that it may bring us illumination. Much is still left to our imagination when determining what we see. Our vision captures as well creates, fills-in or otherwise completes what we perceive; one need only look for the blind spots in the center of the sightline or the afterimages orchestrated by the brain. Like crystals, our eyes mediate light and what we see. Paracosmic Sun presents work that considers these questions through the theme of crystalline vision.

Read the exhibition essay by Edwin Janzen here.

Back Gallery Project
602 E Hastings St. Vancouver, BC

Press I "Voir avec les yeux fermés"

Voir avec les yeux fermés: Vision trouble d'Annie Briard par l'écrivaine et chercheure Valérie Mandia revoit mon exposition à La maison des artistes à Winnipeg et fait la couverture de la revue Liaison no. 173. 


Liaison magazine published a cover feature about my Winnipeg exhibition 'Vision Trouble' by writer and researcher Valérie Mandia in no. 173.

Press I "Persistent Visions"

My exhibition Vision Trouble at La maison des artistes in Winnipeg was reviewed by Steven Leyden Cochrane.