PDF copies of selected publications can be downloaded below. Hard copies of publications are available by donation from Connexion ARC:
Depository Park is a collaborative exhibition and responsive archive of Odell Park. 10 artists, D’Arcy Wilson, Jennifer Wiebe, Janice Wright Cheney, KC Wilcox, Reuben Stewart, Carla Weideman, Naomi Millier, Andrea Peters, Christina Lovegrove Thomson, and Oscar Tecu led by D’Arcy Wilson through Connexion ARC and the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, created a collective depository of images, text, objects, and ephemera that speak to personal relationships to urban nature, while considering both archives and urban parks as sites of preservation.
Depository Park (2018) is a print publication produced by ConnexionARC.
M A S H E D is a limited edition print publication produced by a group of Connexion ARC members in the autumn of 2014. Taking the intersections between three concurrent exhibitions at Connexion ARC as a fuel for conversation, M A S H E D emerged from eight artists’ respective practices, responding to ongoing discussion.
The three exhibitions in question were Alisa Arsenault’s The Dumps: Always and For Never, Steven Cottingham’s Splinter of the Mind’s Eye, and Nicole Kelly Westman’s I am not a romantic. I am the victim of a loveless heart.
The eight artists who produced the publication are Kelly Hill, Penelope Stevens, #hotdadjesus, David Brewer, sophia bartholomew, Erin Goodine, Hugh Thomas, and Joss Richer.
A publication project produced in collaboration with Chris Foster, containing an interview with the artist discussing the artistic and political concerns of his interdisciplinary practice.
Edited and designed by sophia bartholomew, David Brewer, John Edward Cushnie, and Chris Foster, the publication also features images of artworks in Foster’s exhibition, and a short curatorial essay.
Presented alongside Chris Foster’s exhibition Frontiers in Real Estate, exhibited in Connexion ARC’s main space from September 25 – October 26, 2013.
A publication accompanying ATSA’s exhibition at Connexion ARC, containing introductory essays in French and English, a bilingual timeline tracing the twelve year development of ATSA’s Etat D’Urgence project, and the transcription of a conversation between Pierre Allard, Annie Roy and sophia bartholomew, discussing the social and political concerns of their ambitious, interdisciplinary practice.
Edited and designed by sophia bartholomew, with photographs by Martin Savoie.
Dix Ans D’Urgence was exhibited in Connexion ARC’s main space from July 25 – September 3, 2013.
A CONVERSATION WITH RICK BURNS
A publication responding to a ‘conversational’ installation of artworks by two of Connexion’s earliest members, containing an interview with Suzanne Hill discussing Connexion ARC’s formation and development in Fredericton in the 1980’s, images from Connexion’s archives, and a brief introductory essay.
For the A Conversation with Rick Burns, Saint John-based artist Suzanne Hill produced new works in response to sculptures by the late Rick Burns, Connexion ARC’s founding director.
Edited and designed by sophia bartholomew, David Brewer and John Edward Cushnie.
SANGUINE, TERRE BRULÉE ET AUTRES ANGOISSES
A publication produced to contextualize Acadian artist Maryse Arseneault‘s installation for Connexion ARC, featuring a brief introductory essay, artist statements by Arseneault in French and English, and an interview with the artist, discussing the genesis and problematics of the artist’s ongoing project.
Edited and designed by sophia bartholomew, with photographs by Mathieu Léger.
Sanguine, Terre Brulée et Autres Angoisses was exhibited in Connexion ARC’s main space from January 18 – March 8, 2013.