I'm an interdisciplinary artist in Winnipeg. My work is pretty much always about feelings.
Interested in quiet, soft (both literally and not) forms of feminist practice, unicorns, and TMI.
  • Date
  • May 25, 2015

Craft Journal | The Question of Material and Labour

I have been meaning to post this for awhile but I am excited to be included in the Winter 2015 Cahiers métiers d’art | Craft Journal issue, The Question of Material and Labour, which was guest-edited by Grace Nickel and Mireille Perron. I was interviewed for Grace Nickel’s “A Conversation On Making And Teaching In …

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  • Date
  • September 18, 2014

Fibre Alumni Exhibition

I’m excited to be included in this Fibre alumni exhibition. Take a look if you happen to be in Calgary! The ACAD Fibre Program is pleased to announce a new pop up gallery. The National Gallery of Contemporary Fibre Art will feature work from students, alumni and even objects from historical textile collections. Please join …

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  • Date
  • September 17, 2014

Newz U Can Uze

I’ve added quite a bit of documentation to the site. Feel free to take a look. Below, didactic panel zine from my thesis exhibition:

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  • Date
  • September 5, 2013

ARTISTS | Phantom Wing

melinda topilko and I are participating collaboratively on a piece for Phantom Wing: A pre-demolition project at King Edward School in Calgary. Here’s a list of all the artists, and also, check out the tumblr we’ve started to document our progress (although cross-posting here is likely). And I’ll be in Calgary for the last half …

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  • Date
  • July 22, 2013

zines!

I’ve been ordering lots of zines because it’s International Zine Month, plus I’m making a zine and want to read a lot of them while I’m at it. Here’s a little stack I just received from Pioneers Press.

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  • Date
  • October 5, 2012

“failed attempts at seriousness”

I was trying to explain “kitsch” to a friend, and stumbled across this: “Camp” is derived from the French slang term camper, which means “to pose in an exaggerated fashion”. Susan Sontag argued in her 1964 Notes on “Camp” that camp was an attraction to the human qualities which expressed themselves in “failed attempts at …

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  • Date
  • September 28, 2012

impressions/mythologies

I’ve been in constant comparison mode since I got here, thinking about how Calgary doesn’t seem to know what it is. It’s a strange change coming to Winnipeg, which has many overlapping stories and histories and mythologies about itself.  Winnipeg has many identities which can all be true for different people.  Conversely, Calgary can’t seem to …

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