Residency: Outlandia, Glen Nevis, Scotland

Outlandia is an off-grid treehouse artist studio and field station in Glen Nevis, Lochaber, Scotland. A flexible meeting space in the forest for creative collaboration and research. Created by artists Bruce Gilchrist & Jo Joelson, designed by Malcolm Fraser Architects and constructed by local builder Norman Clark, Outlandia is inspired by […]

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Still from Shadows installation

Forest Fates

Forest Fates Three maidens/women/crones sit at their work. They are creating together, spinning, weaving, and cutting. Or so it seems, though if there is a cloth it is unlike anything you are familiar with. Everything about this scene shifts and changes according to unseen whims and circumstances. They even seem to shift amongst […]

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Still from video for Forest Fates exhibition

Morph: Leaving to Chance

Eyes close shut and the world disappears.  Light fades and the reality we perceive with our eyes shifts though the objects in space physically remain the same. Our world is fraught with complexities in perception. Our inner world is invisible to the eyes and yet can be expressed or said […]

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Image from Morph installation

Gravitas: Echoes in the Void

It’s a curious phenomenon: when someone who has made an indelible impression on us dies, they leave behind a vacuum. And there’s this strange ambivalence. It’s almost as if it depends on which filter or prism we view it through: with one, we get an impression of their absence by […]

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Image from Gravitas installation

Tension: Apposition of Opposition

Tension tends to be viewed as uncomfortable, something to avoid. Yet it is there, at the points where forces are pulling in different directions, that a space is created.  Here we find life that exists between and because of the opposing things.  The opposition is necessary, as long as it […]

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Still from Tension video