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All that was left

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Installed at the Roundhouse Community Centre (Vancouver) as part of the annual Memory Festival, this installation represented fragmented words and phrases taken from the other artworks and theatre projects in the festival.  All that was left explored the limits of language as a vehicle for memory.

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The Gaze of History

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The Gaze of History exhibition presented a series of prints and drawings from the Burnaby Art Gallery's collection that considered the gaze and directed looking. The powdered graphite faces I drew directly on the walls of the gallery interacted and responded to these framed works and represented the real and imagined former residents of this building.

“Fairacres,” as it was first known, was built as a retirement estate by Vancouver realtor Henry Ceperley and his wife Grace in 1910. Prior to its conversion to the gallery in 1967, the mansion housed a succession of wealthy families, beginning with the Ceperleys (1910-1939), a community of Benedictine monks (1939-1954), a controversial religious cult (1954-1965) and a university fraternity (1965-1966).

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Altar Piece

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Miexed media installation

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Drawing Food

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A series of drawings that practice depicting food in various mediums.

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Holga

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The Holga camera is an iconic piece. This project was a series of exploratory design drawings of the camera to show scale and detail.

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Latoya's Animals

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Drawing that will be templates for a paintings that'll be a gift for my niece's new bedroom back home in Xwisten (Bridge River, Lillooet). These are going to be a collection of three pictures called "Latoya's animals)

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Pencil Crayon Drawings

Comfort

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Graphite on Stonehenge

2011, Drawing 1 (NSCAD) 

20x32inches 

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The Present Future is Written in the Past

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The drawings in this series borrow imagery from Indonesian textiles (in particular batik cloths from Java), Western-European wallpaper and fabric patterns, and renaissance engravings and woodcuts. Combined with hand-silkscreened ben-day dots, these pictures construct environments that may seem to be simultaneously mythological and contemporary, referring as much to comic book illustration and science fictions as to traditional folk tales. Liminal beings populate these scenes -- Centauride-wayangs; human-like creatures with babi-rusa (pig-deer) or rhinoceros heads; bird-dragons and dragon-fish – alien creatures, disconnected and floating in ambiguous spaces.

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