EVENT: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 @ 7 PM
Technology is not neutral. We’re inside of what we make, and it’s inside of us. We’re living in a world of connections — and it matters which ones get made and unmade. (from Donna Haraway, A Cyborg Manifesto)
Join us at Connexion ARC for a conversation with Norway-based artist Tanya Busse.
Tanya Busse’s work deals with contested sites of landscapes and communities, and what transpires among and between them and their visual representations.
In her talk she will show excerpts from her videos and elaborate on material processes through more recent projects such as ROBO SHE, Hollow Earth, and current research into post military spaces built by Nato during the cold war.
There will be plenty of room for questions and conversations.
Tanya Busse (b. 1982, Moncton, NB) holds an MA in Capitalism, Sustainability and Art from the Art Academy in Tromsø, and a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax. Working primarily with video and photography, her conceptual practice raises questions concerning deep time, invisible architecture and larger systems of power through an experimental and often playful approach. She has exhibited internationally and is currently the director of Small Projects Gallery and Mondo Books.
Connexion ARC graciously acknowledges the ongoing support we receive from the Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada, the Government of New Brunswick, Picaroons Traditional Ales, private donors, and our active Board and membership.