Fugitives in the Archive opens today and runs until January 2019. (Trudi Lynn Smith and Kate Hennessy) The exhibition is based on our research-creation work in the BC Archives. We interviewed archivists and conservators about objects that acted in unexpected
Anarchival Materiality: The Bauhaus Building in Dessau Trudi Lynn Smith, Kate Hennessy, and Oliver Neumann Abstract In this essay we present a series of images remediating photographs related to the Bauhaus building in Dessau, and of photographer Lucia Moholy. Moholy’s
Drift Camera at Urbanite, AGGV September 2018. I’m looking forward to working with the Drift Camera (a continuous slow movement) at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria on September 28 as part of Urbanite. Come by and visit with me!
Public Journal September 2018. The new issue of Public Journal has dropped! Kate Hennessy and I have an article in the latest issue Archive/Counter Archive, called Fugitives, Anarchival Materiality in Archives about our work at the BC Archives.
Chinese Photography August 2018. My work, Life and Death in Waterton Lakes National Park was featured in the August 2018 edition of the journal, Chinese Photography. In the article, Zhong Hualian writes about connections between photography and fieldwork.
What’s Insight Magazine July 2018. Check out the write up Kate Hennessy and I put together on our research-creation work at the Royal British Columbia Museum Fugitives: Anarchival Materiality in Archives
Geist Magazine July 2018. Kate Hennessy and I were invited to create a photo-essay of our work with anarchival materiality for the spring 2018 edition of Geist Magazine. Fugitives explores the shape and smell of anarchival materiality (and more!) in
Supernatural: Art, Technology and the Forest May to September 2018. Excited to be invited to show A Continuous Slow Movement (Drift Camera) at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria! On view: May to September 2018 A link to the show,
Watch the video footage here The impermanent return: Photography, protected areas and the matter of Linnet Lake. This is a film still from Lake Linnet, in Waterton Lakes National Park. The film still shows a line in process by
I have been working on a collaborative project with Krista Caballero alongside invited artists Rebecca Clark, Hali Felt, Katie Hargrave, Sharon Mansur, Emily Nilsen, Ebony Rose. This week, we launch our traveling experimental installation along the contested boundaries of the