Incense burner hanging out in the flowers, All Rise Seattle, June 25th, 2015

Poster made to respond to Lis Rhodes' Light Reading as part of the exhibition Cut, Western Front, November 12-December 19, 2015

Image for Acorn Restaurant's Artist Series postcard, summer 2014 


The Weight, The Worry + The Wag opens at Daniel Faria Gallery. June 10-July22, 2023. Toronto. 

I am included in the Phaidon publication Collage in Contemporary Art. It's in alphabetical order, I am the final entry. See pages 296-299. 

Gestalten just put out a new coffee table book titled The Art of Protest, Political Art and Activism and I'm profiled under the section, The Female Gaze on page be exact. 2022

Daniel Faria Gallery turned 10 years old in 2021 and published a beautiful cloth bound book to celebrate this momentous decade...and I'm in it! Happy Tin Years. 2021

Scout Magazine asked me some questions FA2019

Lightning Dust released a new album, Spectre and I supplied the cover art. FA2019

Ageless Ambiguity opens May 3, 2018, Daniel Faria Gallery, 188 St. Helens Ave. Toronto ON

Going to Banff! Independent residency, FA2017

Participating in a short residency at the Burrard Arts Foundation in Vancouver, SP2017

Coming up this November 2016, Serrah Russell and Rafael Soldi have included me in this exhibition, 'Just Visiting' in Seattle.

Participated in 3 month residency with Residency Unlimited in Brooklyn New York

12 noon, Sunday February 28th, 2016. Ace Hotel New York, artist conversation The New Feminism.

Artist talk, January 13th, 7–9pm, Shangri-La Hotel, Blue Moon Theatre, 6th Floor. Talking about The Experience currently on view at the Vancouver Art Gallery's Offsite exhibition space from November 5, 2015 to April 17, 2016.

Artist interview for the Sveriges Television Network (SVT) Sweden's public news and culture broadcaster. Pamela Taivassalo Wikholm and her team traveled from Sweden to Toronto to record the exhibition and ask me some questions for Popreel about my recent exhibition with Daniel Faria Gallery in Toronto titled The Challenge of Abstraction. View the interview here on Popreel TV or listen to it on Radio Popreel.

Western Front opens 'Cut' featuring my work alongside Annie MacDonell, Lis Rhodes and The Slits! We also responded to Lis Rhodes' 'Light Reading' and produced a two sided poster as part of the response.

Summer 2015 All Rise Seattle curated my work into the outdoor art installations that accompanied Chris Johanson's The Quiet Music Festival of Portland in Seattle.

Curated Deirdre McAdams exhibition Open Book at CSA in middle November 2014.

Participated in Ayatana's Geophillia Residency in the Gatineau, PQ.

Participated in Erdem Tasdelen and Meric Algun Ringborg's Investigations on Artistic Subjectivity.

2014 supplied an image for The Acorn restaurant's artist postcard project, The Artist Series.

Spring 2013, San Francisco based artist DL Alvarez launched a 40 part project that weaves works and writing of other artists with DL's own narrative on the SFMOMA Open Space Blog starting with the year 1972 and my collage work and writing. Thanks DL!!

Vancouver musicians/artists/amazing couple Scott Lewis and Shira Blustein are soon releasing a new 7" under the name Ad Astra through their own record label Storyboard Label featuring a collage of mine titled 'Channelling' from 2009 on the cover...thanks Shira and Scott!!

July 2013 leading a residency on Toronto Island organised by Artscape titled The Future Is Coming Everyday.

June 22, 2013, 8pm in conversation with Amy Kazymerchyk at Exercise as part of Crystal Tongue, titled Godforsaken Hole Called...Called...No Matter, Vancouver, CA.

May 2013, writer and art lover Lee Henderson included a collage work of mine titled Pastoral to a growing exhibition of images hosted on the virtual gallery space titled, The Looking Glass, a part of boutique publisher Hamish Hamilton's website.

May 18, 2013, 2pm talk at Daniel Faria Gallery as part of the exhibition Banal Baroque, Toronto CA

May 2011, Zsuzsi Gartner's short story, We Come In Peace comes out in Walrus Magazine with my collage Channelling as the visual.

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