Excited to announce I will be taking part in my first exhibit of 2015 at the Surrey Art Gallery.
About the exhibit – To mark the 40th Anniversary of the Gallery, Views from the Southbank I: Spaces + Places South of the Fraser will feature an array of artworks that represent the sites and landscapes found in Surrey and its surrounding region (including west Langley, White Rock, Delta, and Ladner). The cultural history and the stories behind South Fraser’s natural and built environment are captured by its artists in this revealing exhibition of painting, photography, drawing, video, and sculpture. The many focal points of this exhibition include the tension between memory/history, new modes of counter-mapping, performance in transit, new image/text, suburban intervention, the journey-as-drift, and biological diversity.
When – Opening night / January 17th. Exhibit will run until March 15, 2015.
Curator – Jordan Strom
I will be showing new photography pieces focused around the history / memory of the Punjabi Markets in Surrey. Here are a few research images I took in and around various parts of Surrey to develop my thoughts, ideas and final pieces for exhibit. A little glimpse into what to expect on January 17th.