Marilene Oliver Tagged exhibition at FAB Gallery

The exhibition Tagged is a selection of artworks made by Marilène Oliver since 2003 as well as a series of new works made since her appointment at the University of Alberta in Summer 2016. Included in the exhibition are: Family Portrait 2003, a series of print based sculptures made using MR scans of the artist’s family; Confusão 2011-2013, a series of artworks based on anonymized CT data about digital privilege and Tagged, Oliver’s latest works. Tagged addresses the constant and exhausting need to manage and find meaning in an endless and ever increasing stream of emails/tweets/posts we face in the Digital Age. For this project, Oliver is working with the metaphor of medical radiographic fluorescent tracers that ‘tag’ or highlight proteins in the body.

Resonant Progression by Roy Mills


Resonant Progression by Sculpture/Art fundamentals instructor Roy Mills, has been added to Edmonton’s Public Art Collection and installed in Terwillegar Park.

All Department of Art & Design staff and students are invited to explore Resonant Progression at the Terwillegar Park Public Art Picnic on Sunday September 17th from 2:00-4:30pm.
Musicians Ben Sures and Chris Brzezicki will explore the sculptures’ acoustics; human visitors can enjoy a veggie dog or hot dog and pop from Fat Franks; their canine friends can sample treats from Care-It Urban Deli. The event is free.

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“GIVE UP AND PARTY” Morgan Wedderspoon


“GIVE UP AND PARTY” // Main Gallery, SNAP Gallery 10123 121 Street, Edmonton AB.
Exhibitions run Aug 11 – Sept 9.

How do we respond to a global crisis of our own making? In GIVE UP AND PARTY, Morgan Wedderspoon brings together found objects and borrowed text to inquire into the relationship between the human subject and the changing climate in a time of anthropogenic global warming. Drawing from a list of eight responses to crisis from Margaret Atwood’s Payback: Debt and the Shadow Side of Wealth, Wedderspoon uses chance operations and assemblage to create a suite of prints and a bookwork of collage poetry. This project is supported by the Edmonton Arts Council and the City of Edmonton.

Morgan Wedderspoon is an artist and teacher living in Edmonton, Alberta. Originally from St. Catharines, Ontario, Wedderspoon is a graduate of Queen’s University (2009) and holds a Master of Fine Art in Printmaking from the University of Alberta (2016). She has exhibited nationally and internationally, with print works in public and private collections in Canada, the United States, Egypt and China. She teaches printmaking at the University of Alberta and the Society of Northern Alberta Print-Artists (SNAP).