• Fri 3rd Feb, 2023erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    erasure: Samantha Dickie

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contemplate and unsettle the nature of erasure, both personally and societally: the impact of historical and current omission, eradication, deletion, devaluation, obliteration; and the collective responsibility to remember, to learn, to assert. The installations in the exhibition are interactive, inviting the viewer to move components; to walk around, under and through; to sit, wonder, respond, and co-create. read more...

  • Sat 4th Feb, 2023erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    erasure: Samantha Dickie

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contemplate and unsettle the nature of erasure, both personally and societally: the impact of historical and current omission, eradication, deletion, devaluation, obliteration; and the collective responsibility to remember, to learn, to assert. The installations in the exhibition are interactive, inviting the viewer to move components; to walk around, under and through; to sit, wonder, respond, and co-create. read more...

  • Fri 10th Feb, 2023erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    erasure: Samantha Dickie

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contemplate and unsettle the nature of erasure, both personally and societally: the impact of historical and current omission, eradication, deletion, devaluation, obliteration; and the collective responsibility to remember, to learn, to assert. The installations in the exhibition are interactive, inviting the viewer to move components; to walk around, under and through; to sit, wonder, respond, and co-create. read more...

  • Sat 11th Feb, 2023erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    erasure: Samantha Dickie

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contemplate and unsettle the nature of erasure, both personally and societally: the impact of historical and current omission, eradication, deletion, devaluation, obliteration; and the collective responsibility to remember, to learn, to assert. The installations in the exhibition are interactive, inviting the viewer to move components; to walk around, under and through; to sit, wonder, respond, and co-create. read more...

  • Fri 17th Feb, 2023erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    erasure: Samantha Dickie

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contemplate and unsettle the nature of erasure, both personally and societally: the impact of historical and current omission, eradication, deletion, devaluation, obliteration; and the collective responsibility to remember, to learn, to assert. The installations in the exhibition are interactive, inviting the viewer to move components; to walk around, under and through; to sit, wonder, respond, and co-create. read more...

  • Sat 18th Feb, 2023erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    erasure: Samantha Dickie

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contemplate and unsettle the nature of erasure, both personally and societally: the impact of historical and current omission, eradication, deletion, devaluation, obliteration; and the collective responsibility to remember, to learn, to assert. The installations in the exhibition are interactive, inviting the viewer to move components; to walk around, under and through; to sit, wonder, respond, and co-create. read more...

  • Fri 24th Feb, 2023erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    erasure: Samantha Dickie

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contemplate and unsettle the nature of erasure, both personally and societally: the impact of historical and current omission, eradication, deletion, devaluation, obliteration; and the collective responsibility to remember, to learn, to assert. The installations in the exhibition are interactive, inviting the viewer to move components; to walk around, under and through; to sit, wonder, respond, and co-create. read more...

  • Fri 24th Feb, 2023

    All Ages Sook-Yin Lee Show

    The Action Index, Audio Osmosis & the fifty fifty present Sook-Yin Lee with Ora Cogan & Pesewa at Centennial United Church's Assembly Room. This is an all ages event! Sook-Yin Lee An iconic Canadian media figure, Sook-Yin Lee is an award-winning filmmaker, musician, actor, visual artist and broadcaster who has immersed herself in myriad creative collaborations. Many of them were made with her life partner and frequent co-creator Adam Litovitz, including their 2015 ethereal electroacoustic album jooj. Though Adam passed away in 2019, his work with Sook-Yin lives on with jooj two, an unapologetic dive into playful art-pop and a document of a lost language between lovers. The album will arrive on April 9 via Mint Records. Originally from Vancouver, BC Sook-Yin was part of the cities alternative music scene with her group, Bob’s Your Uncle which released three albums between 1986 and 1993. In 1995, Lee moved to Toronto to become a VJ on Much Music and hosted the Wedge, in the process becoming an important figure in an iconic era of Canadian alternative music. After leaving Much Music in 2001 Lee acted on many films including The Art of Woo (2001), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001), Shortbus (2006) and directed two films; Year of the Carnivore (2009) and Octavio Is Dead! (2018). https://sook-yinlee.bandcamp.com/album/jooj-two Ora Cogan Island musician Ora Cogan crafts ... read more...

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