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Documentation photos by Jess Thalmann

All Our Wonder, Unavenged

Exhibition at YYZ Artist Outlet, Toronto  2021

Featuring the video works:

Campfire, 2021 (40 min) 

Anyder, 2021 (40 min)

Download the full exhibition text, The Three-Body Threshold, written by Brendan A. de Montigny

Excerpt: 

'Technical Points of Entry = Between Time + Space (All our wonder, unavenged)

Location / ~120,000 light-years wide spiral galaxy with a bar-shaped flat disk core / ~27,000 light-years

from the center / On one of the four spiral arms / On mid-edge / Yellow dwarf star / Third planet from

interior / One celestial body / Spaceship probe notes /

There was once a bipedal species unique to this planet...'

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All Our Wonder, Unavenged Installation View, 2021  (Anyder, pictured)

Documentation photos by Jess Thalmann

Anyder, 2021

Audio/video installation

Run time: 40 minutes

Edition of 4

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Fragments and Fabrication, Exhibition Installation View  2023

Bradbury Art Museum, Jonesboro, Arkansas

Curated by Madeline McMahan

Exhibition Statement

Fragments & Fabrications explores reconstruction, deconstruction, and transformation. It brings together artists from across the United States whose work explores these themes both visually and conceptually. The topics explored are varied and numerous — from environmental destruction to the fabrication of online identities to alchemical metamorphosis — and the materials utilized range from concrete to tissue paper.

Abstraction, both as a process and as a concept, is central to the exhibition. Viewers often have firm preconceived notions of what ‘abstract’ means in art, but it is far broader than the image we conjure up in our heads. Abstraction involves an inherent act of deconstruction and reconstruction; it is the process of simplifying and manipulating visual information to produce something new. There is no limit to the different ways an artist can approach that process, and all of the artists in this exhibition do approach it in distinct ways and to varying degrees.

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'Campfire' Installation as part of the Art on Screens Exhibition Series, Mississauga, ON  
Curated by Miriam Arbus
Audio/Video Installation, 40 min 8 sec
2021

Campfire, 2021

Audio/video installation

Run time: 40 minutes

Edition of 4

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All Our Wonder, Unavenged Installation View, 2021  (Campfire, pictured)

Documentation photos by Jess Thalmann

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