Emily Carr University of Art + Design’s first year masters cohort presents “Inventory of Language,” a group exhibition offering a window into their studio explorations within the graduate program.
The public is invited to meet the artists, see the work and enjoy refreshments at the opening event on Thursday, March 29, 2012, 6-9pm in the Concourse Gallery at Emily Carr University of Art + Design at 1399 Johnston Street, Granville Island in Vancouver, BC. If you’re not able to make it to the opening night, the show runs from March 26th – April 6th, 2012, so feel free to stop by anytime.
Coached by curator Cate Rimmer, the sixteen resident graduate students have come together to produce a wide-reaching interdisciplinary exhibition with the aims of sharing their critical arts-based research with Vancouver’s artists, curators, theoreticians, educators and the public at large. The diverse bodies of work presented in “Inventory of Language” include painting and drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, performance, sound art, interactive installation, video and design.
The 2011 – 2013 resident Master of Applied Arts cohort consists of professional artists and designers intersecting from across Canada and the United States, Colombia, Pakistan, Italy, Iceland, Australia and Korea. The group is made up of Felicia Batzloff, Annie Briard, Aaron Carter, Zara Contractor, Jenny Cronin, Ashley Guindon, Allison Karow (Sunny), Liz Knox, Paolo Pennuti, Rafa Puyana, Mira Song, Leó Stefánsson, Lloyd Stone, Carol Tsang, Tokio Webster and Laurence Wong.