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Interlacing Conversations at ICCA

TranslatorThis Sunday, August 30 Interlacing Conversations opens at the Inverness County Centre for the Arts in Nova Scotia. I am thrilled to be a part of this exhibition curated by Elizabeth Whalley featuring the work of, Joanna Close, Barb Hunt, Robyn Love and … Continue reading

28. August 2015 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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Air over land video 2

Translator A little more video of this piece captured this morning (thank you Lorna Sarah). Time-lapse cameras will soon be set up for recording over a longer duration.

04. February 2013 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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Video at your leisure…

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21. January 2013 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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Ann Hamilton | the event of a thread

Translator Visual artist Ann Hamilton combines the ephemeral presence of time with the material tactility for which she is best known to create a new large-scale installation for the Wade Thompson Drill Hall. Commissioned by the Armory, the event of a thread … Continue reading

17. January 2013 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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Pauline Macura Brown | Wounds, Scars, Recovery

Translator My work is informed by an exploration of my own identity as a first generation Canadian of Polish ancestry, an ancestry that has been overshadowed by my father’s WWII experience. As with many war veterans’ offspring: the second generation … Continue reading

13. November 2012 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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Elis Vermeulen | Retreating Motion/Wave

TranslatorFriend and colleague Elis Vermeulen is currently working on a new installation Retreating Motion/Wave to be installed in a vacant factory building in the Netherlands. The project commences October 6 and opens October 26. A short film is also being produced about … Continue reading

26. September 2012 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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Suzen Green | The Mummers Party

Translator THE MUMMERS PARTY combines theatrical staging with sculptural knitted installation in an invested exploration of cultural identity, folklore and craft practice. Referring to the traditional folk practice of mumming, a lively and often drunken affair made popular in Newfoundland … Continue reading

06. September 2012 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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A Stake in the Ground: Contemporary Native Art Manifestation

TranslatorA Stake in the Ground: Contemporary Native Art Manifestation is an impressive and exciting exhibition of contemporary Aboriginal artists curated by Nadia Myre for Art Mur in Montreal. The exhibition features work by: Sonny Assu, Jason Baerg, Carl Beam, Rebecca … Continue reading

31. January 2012 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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Amelie Pellerin at Diagonale

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28. January 2012 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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Liz Collins | Knitting Nation

Translator KNITTING NATION PHASE 7: DARKNESS DESCENDS, 2011 from Liz Collins on Vimeo. Knitting Nation is a performance and site-specific installation project. It reconfigures textile fabrication and apparel manufacturing in relation to the human labor behind it, with performance and … Continue reading

21. January 2012 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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Shane Waltner at Siobhan Davies Studios

TranslatorDrawn to motion, written in space, stitched over time by Shane Waltener 12 January – 11 March 2012, Free entry, drop-in at Siobhan Davies Studios Shane Waltener, an artist renowned for his large-scale interactive textile installations, presents an exhibition of … Continue reading

06. January 2012 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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Fibre Futures: Japan’s Textile Pioneers

Translator See more HERE. Via Lauren Millang @ ACAD Fibre Blog

28. November 2011 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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We are here (and there) | Anthea Black at SAIC

TranslatorThis Monday November 14, Anthea Black will be giving a talk: We are here (and there): collaborative queer craft and utopic gestures at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago at 12 noon in room 903. Anthea Black is a … Continue reading

10. November 2011 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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Hard Twist at the Gladstone Hotel

TranslatorHard Twist 6 – Obsession | Sixth Annual Juried Show Of Textile-Based Art Exhibition Dates:   Nov 25, 2011 – Jan 29, 2012  | 12pm-5pm Daily Opening Reception: Fri Nov 25, 2011 | 6pm-9pm Hard Twist 6 – Obsession presents textile and fibre based works, which … Continue reading

09. November 2011 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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Rachel Miller’s environmental patterns

Translator My work is a life cycle: spiritual and physical. In turn, I choose materials that specifically have a life cycle. I use materials that can biodegrade, because it is about life cycle. Its journey of transformation reflects what I … Continue reading

25. October 2011 by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère
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