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Visual Arts

Artist in Residency (AIR) Program

Zoe Kreye's residency is now complete. You can view her work on the Visual Arts' Art is a Person blog.

Zoe Kreye Artist in Residency 2012

Visual Arts Artist in Residence Zoe Kreye is considering the dynamics of how people interact and make connections with each other. She will be exploring how we let people come close to us, and how we want to be together. Zoe plans to work with Camosun College students and members of the Victoria community to investigate relationships that inspire people towards being more deeply engaged with society.

Open Studio: Visual Arts Annex, lower floor, Camosun College, Lansdowne Campus

October 20-21, hours 11-2
November 3-4, hours 11-2
November 10, hours 11-2
January 22, 2013 - Artist Talk, Tuesday @ 7pm, free and Open to the Public

November 10: Homestay Project, Circle Ceremony, Open Space 510 Fort Street (This is by invitation only, if you are interested, we encourage you to contact the artist through her blog or for an invitation.

Alternatively people can phone Open Space Artist Run Center 383-8833 and ask for Doug Jarvis.

In her own words…

Zoe Kreye - Community Arts ProjectFor the past eight years Zoë Kreye has produced collaborative community arts projects, independently, collectively, and within institutional structures in Montreal, Vancouver, Berlin, New York and Istanbul. Her work looks to engage the public in relations beyond aesthetics, with the goal of building inclusive, bottom-up associations that have the potential to be small catalysts for change within dominant social systems. Often looking outside the realm of art, her projects take the form of clubs, workshops, adventures, discussions and social events. Each time the focus is put on making connections that encourage people towards self-reflection and a deeper engagement with society. In 2009, she completed a MFA at the Bauhaus University Weimar, specializing in community engagement and participatory strategies. She is currently based in Vancouver and teaches studio and social practice at Emily Carr University of Art & Design.

Visual Arts Artist in Residence supported by Camosun College in partnership with Open Space Artist Run Center


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