Archived Land – Terrain Archivé

I am very happy to say that I will be presenting some brand-new work in a group show coming up very soon! Details below – I look forward to seeing anyone in the area who cam make it to the Opening Reception. Exhibition hours after the Opening are listed in the invitation, or by appointment.… Read More

Old Boats Recycled Into Sheds

After working this summer in Parrsboro with Scott Smallwood on a project that explores the interconnections between the tide, the land, and the human history of the area (which included shipbuilding), these beautiful structures speak volumes to me – about change, and resilience, and different ways of looking at the idea of abundance. I am… Read More

Adventure Time!

I’m sitting in the airport, waiting to board … and pondering what the next weeks will bring. I’m off to a residency in Parrsboro Nova Scotia for the next month. Heading back to Main & Station to work with Scott Smallwood on our Macromareal project! Feels a bit odd, actually – after the year’s worth… Read More

I Took My Father for a Drive Today

A lovely piece on history, time, change – and sense of place. What place means when it is rendered in the first person, and intimately connected to the sights and sounds in a landscape? We are each responsible for the reality we inhabit, in all ways. Have a good weekend, everyone. My father was born… Read More

Bed

Originally posted on YORK:
Roger-Pol Droit has this to say about his bed: My bed … Everyone would acknowledge to be a thing. In spite of which, when I am stretched out on it, I cannot bring myself to think of it as a thing. … It is more like a co-ordinate in space, a…

Time Travel, part I

I have been continuing to delve into material for the NEST series over the last couple of years. I’m not “done” with it yet, and the work has taken a much-needed autobiographical turn in the last year. One of the things that’s been really interesting to me in that process is how many gaps and silences… Read More