‘Happed’ was exhibited in ‘Too May Options’ group exhibition at SÍM gallery, Hafnarstræti, in November 2012.
Jari discribes his practice:
I am a visual artist working mainly in photographic art and video art. To me the most important quality of art is its capability to convey emotions and experience. In addition to the above, I am also very interested in expressing myself through writing as another aspect of the work.
For more about Jari’s work:
Fae Logie is a Canadian artist currently undertaking a two-month residency at SIM, Reykjavik (October to November 2012).
Fae descibes her practice:
My art practices embrace sculpture, site-specific installation, performance and video, utilizing the juxtaposition of found and manufactured objects within the context of real and imagined space. I am interested in the significance of our attachment to place as articulated through a correspondence of dwelling and landscape, both local and distant. Operating within the registers of the scientific and the poetic, my work seeks to subvert purely objective inquiry and find alternative ways of knowing our engagement with nature.
Past works can be found under her name at the following website:
Centre for Canadian Contemporty Art www.ccca.ca and more current work at http://www.faelogie.wordpress.com/
Elif Saydam is a Turkish-Canadian interdisciplinary visual artist from Victoria, Canada, and currently on residence at SIM, Reykjavik.
White Wolf Projects are currently in residence at SIM Reykjavík where we are working on a collaborative artwork. The piece was developed by us initially, and as the residency progresses fellow artists in residence will also contribute to the work. The work will then be exhibited at the end of our stay in the SIM Gallery, Hafnarstræti 16, 101 Reykjavík.
To see our photos from Culture Night click on the image below.
Thank you to Nicole, Bob and everyone at the Gutter bookshop and to everyone who came on the night. It was a magical experience and we hope you enjoyed it!
White Wolf Projects presents ‘One Rainy Twilight’ by Nicole Tilley, at Gutter Bookshop, Cow’s Lane, Temple Bar,
Friday 23rd September, 5 – 9pm.
- Nicole Tilley, Oh Dear, paper cut.
Heroines from bedtime stories, beloved pets and thread bare toys co-exist with many others in a mental compost heap of collective and personal shared experience and imagery… They are delivered into drawings, silhouettes and rag characters that interact again in another liminal space and teeter on the brink of being and not being.
Nicole holds a MA in Fine Art and Joint Honours degree in Fine Art History and Fine Art Print from NCAD. She was awarded the Graphic Studio Dublin Graduate Prize and The Black Church Print Gallery Studio Access Award. Her work is part of several private and public collections, including AXA Insurance, the Department of Equality and Law Reform and the Department of Foreign Affairs.
View the printed invite designed by Paula Kennedy here.