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For a limited time I was available for Zoom dialogues. This was offered as pre-booked 1-1 Zoom sessions of 30 minutes long. Project start: March 2, 2022 Project end: May 2, 2022 My Dialogue Piece was inspired by artist Lee Lozano’s Dialogue Piece (1969) and was very, very loosely based…

A weekly Sunday newsletter in which I share with you my research on artists who have withdrawn from the art world (as I have done once and often feel like doing again) and research on loneliness and belonging and all the tangents that such topics suggest. I started Research Notes…

This is a project I started in June 2021 when I started using a studio space outside of the domestic domain. I thought I was going to get back to stitching but then this emerged. It’s work-in-progress, evolving and growing each day I go to the studio. It’s shaping up…

image of yarn-wrapped sticks and a detail of the fraser river

Fraser River Walks (October 2019 to March 2020, Vancouver) A project consisting of tiny Polaroids and a collection of found twigs and sticks that I routinely collected from daily walks along the Fraser River. These sticks were then brought into my home studio where I wrapped them in yarn. Behind…

“How do we connect with place each time we move city or country?” Acts of Resilience was an instruction to myself to cultivate a feeling of control. It consisted of two sets of repetitive acts, act I: step outside into the woods, choose a stick/a fallen twig, saw off the…

As a nomad during the formative years of my life, and later as an immigrant, a sense of cultural loss, and the search for a place to call home have been preoccupations that have persistently emerged in my work. In Noticing, I contemplated my interior landscape during a six-month period…

Trail of Hope documents a cross-country road trip and move in 2019 from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, through the U.S., and ending in Vancouver, BC.This work captures the provinces and states traversed as well as religious signage encountered along the way. On this, and several other road trips to the…

inter.action was a one-month project that utilized the gallery space to create a participatory, ephemeral yarn installation between the artist, Laura Bucci, and members of the public. This project occurred at Studio Lab Gallery in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia in March 2019. This project was first staged in Vancouver, in…

I spent a fair amount of time in 2018 hand-stitching while contemplating questions about happiness–both when living in Vancouver, BC and Bucklaw, Nova Scotia. This endevour resulted in a number of textile panels that I decided to put out there in the world in a show titled Eudaimonia. About Eudaimonia…

Directions for the Mind was an event-exhibition presented under the guise of the Prohibitive Genus Collective. From September 5th to September 23rd, 2017 the gallery space was used for participatory, ephemeral yarn installations. Directions for the Mind was an exercise in creating art that provides an experience both through planned…

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