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  • Christine D'Onofrio

    Artist

    Christine D’Onofrio (Canadian, b. 1978) is a visual artist based in Vancouver who works in photography, video, digital media, interactive media, printmaking, sculpture, book works and installation. Her work employs a critical lens to address feminist strategies, influences and discourses pertaining to structures of exploitation, humiliation and power. Exploring the contradictions and ambiguities of liberty, especially under capitalism, her work frequently juxtaposes consumer culture and mass media with art historical references.

    D’Onofrio holds a BFA from York University, Toronto and an MFA from the University of British Columbia. She has shown extensively throughout Canada in solo and group exhibitions and has received several Canada Council for the Arts Visual Arts and Research/Creation grants. She currently teaches at UBC in the Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory and is the recipient of several teaching awards and grants including the Killam Teaching Prize in 2018 and the Teaching Learning Enhancement Fund in 2015-17 and 2018-20 (2018).

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  • Laiwan

    Artist

    Laiwan is an artist and writer with a practice based in poetics and philosophy. Born in Zimbabwe of Chinese parents, her family immigrated to Canada in 1977 to leave the war in Rhodesia. She founded OR Gallery in 1983. Laiwan has been investigating embodiment through performativity, audio, music, improvisation, and other media. Recent commissions focus on current questions of the environment and built cityscape of Vancouver. She teaches Interdisciplinary Arts at Goddard College, Port Townsend, WA, and is based in Vancouver. <https://www.laiwanette.net/> (2018).

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  • Elizabeth MacKenzie

    Artist

    Elizabeth MacKenzie draws the same thing over and over again. She uses drawing to explore the productive aspects of uncertainty through the use of repetition, interrogations of portraiture and considerations of intersubjective experience. Her drawing installations have been exhibited across Canada and her videos have been presented in numerous screenings, festivals and exhibitions internationally. She maintains an ongoing commitment to collaborative and community-engaged art practices, critical writing and teaching. <http://www.elizabeth-mackenzie.com/> (2018).

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  • Cindy Mochizuki

    Artist

    Cindy Mochizuki creates multi-media installation, audio fiction, performance, animation, and drawings. Her works explore the manifestation of story and its relationship to site-specificity, invisible histories, archives, and memory work. Her artistic process moves back and forth between multiple sites of cultural production considering language, chance, improvisation and engaging communities. She has exhibited, performed and screened her work in Canada, the US, and Asia. http://www.cindymochizuki.com/ (2018).

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