OFFSITE | INSIGHT
OFFSITE | INSIGHT is a dynamic Gallery series offering a range of offsite programs connecting with local communities, environments, and artists from the region. We look forward to connecting with you, out there!
THE BREATHING WALL: CONNIE MICHELE MOREY & TARYN WALKER
AUG 21 – 30 | The Roundhouse at Bayview Place | 253 Esquimalt Road
Join us at The Roundhouse at Bayview Place for another installation of our OFFSITE | INSIGHT Program! We are so pleased to announce The Breathing Wall, a multifaceted collaboration between Connie Michele Morey and Taryn Walker, who first met through their shared association with arc.hive artist run centre in Victoria. Despite being at very different stages of their careers — Morey is a mid-career artist who teaches at the University of Victoria and Camosun College; Walker is an emerging artist who completed her BFA at UVic in 2018 — they found common ground through their interests and ways of working. The outcomes of their collaborative efforts have expanded into different platforms: an exhibition in the car shop of The Roundhouse at Bayview Place in Vic West; a website; a video project; and more. Don’t miss the preview on August 20 from 6-9pm at the Roundhouse!
Sept 13-16, 2018 | Royal Athletic Park | 1014 Caledonia Ave
Take Family Festival Fun to the next level and join us at Rifflandia this year! Inspired by music and the great outdoors. Kids of all ages love Rifflandia and kids under 12 years old can get a FREE PARK PASS to Royal Athletic Park! Check it out: http://rifflandia.com/children/
FOREST BREATH: A PORTRAIT IN PROGRESS WITH LEILA SUJIR
Sunday, August 12, 2018 | 2-4pm | Port Renfrew Elementary, 6633 Deering Road
We are so pleased to launch the fourth installment of this series in August! Get ready for a summer a road trip to Port Renfrew and prepare to experience the forest in a unique way – from the three dimensional and digital lens of artist Leila Sujir.
Please join us at the Port Renfrew Elementary School for a screening of Forest Breath: A Portrait in Progress, a 3D stereoscopic video installation filmed with an IMAX rig with two Sony F65 8k cameras in the south Walbran.
This screening is an opportunity to experience an innovative work in development, to meet the artist, and to contribute insights towards a broader understanding of these unique forests. This video is from the same body of Sujir’s work as seen in current exhibition Supernatural: Art Technology and the Forest.
MOVING CHANGE WITH BRENDAN FERNANDES
June 15-17 | SURPRISE LOCATIONS!
Moving Change consists of three performance interventions at sites across the city. Join us for a dynamic intervention in public space and stay tuned for more details. Text MOVING CHANGE to 555888 and the artist will send you the time and locations.
OPEN REHEARSAL WITH BRENDAN FERNANDES
June 13 | 4-7pm | 2750 Quadra Street, Victoria
We are pleased to partner with Dance Victoria for our second event in this series! Join us for a sneak peek of Brendan Fernandes’ performance Moving Change. Andrew Barrett, Beauregard Boehme, Kemi Craig, Stacey Horton, Ursula May, Rachel Meyer and Judith Price also in attendance. In conjunction with Moving Change.
Wheelchair access located in the back parking lot. Prior arrangement required. Contact Dance Victoria for access.
April 14 | 1-4pm | Goldstream Park
Please join us for a Forest Exploration at Goldstream Park with Jens Wieting, Forest and Climate Campaigner with Sierra Club BC. Participants will take part in an hour-long walk, hear about the state of Vancouver Island’s disappearing old-growth rainforest and be invited to a conversation about steps needed to ensure Vancouver Island can remain a rainforest Island. In conjunction with Picturing the Giants: The Changing Landscapes of Emily Carr.
Above middle: Leila Sujir, Forest Breath (work in progress), 2018. Courtesy of the artist. Photo credit: Santiago Tavera.
Above middle: Brendan Fernandes’ Moving Change perfomance, Victoria, BC, June 2018. Photographer: Audrey Wang.
Above right: Emily Carr credit: Emily Carr, Spring, Canadian, 20th century, c.1936-37, oil, 58.5 x 73, Ruth Humphrey Estate.