• Clint Burnham

    Writer
  • Judy Radul

    Writer

    Judy Radul is based in Berlin and Vancouver, where she is professor at Simon Fraser University. Recent solo exhibitions include World Rehearsal Court, V-A-C Foundation at the GULAG History State Museum, Moscow (2017); the king, the door, the thief, the window, the stranger, the camera, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam (2017), Judy Radul: Closeup, The Breakdown, Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston (2015); This is Television, Daadgalerie, Berlin (2013). Her work has been included in numerous group exhibitions and biennales including the Contour Biennale 8, Mechelen (2017); Nicaragua Biennale X (2016); the 8th Berlin Biennale (2014); People Things Enter Exit, Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver (2011); Seoul Biennale of Media Art (2010); and Behind the Fourth Wall: Fictitious Lives – Lived Fiction, Generali Foundation, Vienna (2010). She has a BA in Fine and Performing Arts from Simon Fraser University and a MFA in Visual and Media Arts from Bard College, New York. She is represented by Catriona Jeffries Gallery.

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  • Mina Totino

    Artist

    Mina Totino lives and works in Vancouver. Best known for her work in painting, Totino has been exhibited widely, appearing in solo and group exhibitions in Montreal, Toronto and Berlin. Her studio practice, teaching, writing and curating are informed by her continued research into the history of art and painting. Totino first came to prominence in the 1985 Young Romantics exhibition at the Vancouver Art Galelry. Totino’s work is informed by contemporary criticism, especially literary and film criticism that have analyzed the position of the imaginary spectator. In 1982, Totinoe received a diploma in art from Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design. Her work has been exhibited at the Belkin Gallery, Vancouver; Charles H Scott Gallery, Vancouver; Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver; Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver; Oboro Gallery, Montreal; Diaz Contemporary, Toronto; Galerie Likofabrik, Berlin; and the Latvian Center of Contemporary Art, Riga. She received the Jack and Doris Shadbolt Foundation VIVA Award in 2014.

     

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  • Scott Watson

    Curator