It’s my first year participating in Zine Dream! Really looking forward to it. I’ll be selling tapes, prints and some more (😉). Like the poster says, it’s on Sunday, July 21st at MOCA Toronto.
Some of my animations are showing every Tuesday on BUMP Televison at 4:45 p.m. Check it out here.
I’m participating in Peripheral Review’s Fundraiser on May 30th. Winners can win a print of “21 Stills of Geranium” and the first edition of “Love Themes” on cassette!
I’ve been living in Skagaströnd, Iceland throughout May as part of a residency with NES. We are having an Open Studio this coming Saturday, May 26h. I will be showing animations and some songs that I have made during my time here. Come on by if you’re nearby!
Excited to be this year’s Artist Partner for the EDAA Award! My GIFs can be seen throughout their website and in Canadian Art, Hyperallergic, Rhizome, Colossal and Akimbo. You can read my interview with them HERE.
"Hammock Life" is the first step of an upcoming installation, "Permanent Fixtures". Music by Chanteclair.
Screening of my animation, “Geranium” for the Betonest audience this past April.
This past April, while at the Betonest Residency in Berlin, I participated in Murmurs, a fundraiser for a sound workshop happening at Betonest. Artists who performed that night included Hannah Levin, Inky and Blunt Chunks. My animation, “Geranium”, played alongside the music of Jean Park. It was a really special night!
Still from the upcoming animation, “Hammock Life”. Inspired by the abstract painter Miyoko Ito.
This year at Art Toronto, Roundtable had a spot at Editions. My work was featured amongst other alumni in a catalogue that they launched for the first time. I sold these prints as well as some tapes. Both prints and tapes can be purchased in the Shop.
🔥#Tapezine issue 1 features some Chanteclair music. It is now available @thedupeshop! #Tapezine combines sound, image, text and data using a standard audio cassette 😍 Also featuring work by @provincialparcs 🎼👩🎨🌍
I did some of the score for @misslesleyfuckingjohnson amazing film, “Charlie”, which screened again @tiff_net as part of the Share Her Journey Shorts, a TIFF initiative that highlights and aims to support women-identifying filmmakers. Lesley was in attendance to speak about the film, along with some additional filmmakers. The screening was on October 4 at 8:45 pm. 🎹🎥📀