Tag Archive: Interview


An Interview with Knauf and Brown

Posted on April 2nd, 2013

New to the world of product design and dedicated to the local creative community, Calen Knauf and Conrad Brown have spent the last couple of years hatching a promising collaboration under the banner Knauf & Brown. Before joining forces, the two designers were working separately on a variety of projects involving graphic design and photography. … (More →)


An Interview with Carali McCall

Posted on March 19th, 2013

We first encountered London-based artist Carali McCall’s work in 2012 when she participated in an exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery called Again and Again and Again: Serial Formats and Repetitive Actions. For this show, Carali and fellow artist Jane Grisewood created a monumental graphite drawing, which is part of their Line Dialogues series, … (More →)


An Interview with Jeff Wall on Patrick Faigenbaum

Posted on March 5th, 2013

Since 2008, artist Jeff Wall has been co-curating exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery involving a seemingly disparate group of artists whose oeuvre includes installation, painting, photography and sculpture. His current project, Patrick Faigenbaum, opens this week and unites approximately 75 photographs by the Parisian artist for his first exhibition in Vancouver that span … (More →)


An Interview with Evan Lee

Posted on February 19th, 2013

Living in Vancouver, a city renowned for its photographic practices, artist Evan Lee’s innovative body of work has consistently challenged the nature of the media and its possibilities. We have followed Evan’s practice for years and while he is primarily associated with photography, it would be more accurate to say he works around it, often … (More →)


Kevin “Sipreano” Howes

Posted on January 15th, 2013

For over 15 years Kevin “Sipreano” Howes has been scouring the vast Canadian landscape in search of some of the most intriguing stamps on cultural history this young country has to offer. As a result, he has an exceptional collection of art and artifacts that spill from boxes and cover shelves in his small east … (More →)


An Interview with Derek Brunen

Posted on December 4th, 2012

Derek Brunen’s fascinating multi-disciplinary practice explores ontological questions with wit and humour. Creating installations, sculpture, drawings, paintings and performative video, his work slyly questions consciousness and awareness, our relationship to fate, and searches for meaning – but ultimately offers an affirmation of our existence. Pushing physical, temporal and societal boundaries with his performances, Derek causes … (More →)


An Interview with Deirdre McAdams

Posted on November 13th, 2012

We first visited with Deirdre McAdams at her Vancouver studio in 2009, about a year after her graduation from Emily Carr University of Art and Design. At the time, she was creating abstractions in spray paint, reacting to the rapid dry-time of the medium and experimenting with their pre-mixed shades. Deirdre continues to experiment with … (More →)


An Interview with Jason McLean

Posted on November 6th, 2012

Jason McLean’s diverse practice includes sculpture, sound works, zines, book works, mixed-media installations, correspondence art, puppets and performance but he is probably best known for his complex, diaristic and surreal drawings. He says his work “taps into the world of my mind” and across a variety of media he creates a web of tangential messages … (More →)

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