MFA Graduating Exhibition 2012
September 6 – 15 and September 20 – 29, 2012
Audain Gallery, Vancouver
Three to the left, three to the right. Three once, and three again. These two groupings reflect the unique practices of six visual artists who have worked alongside one another over the past two years to produce diverse bodies of work. The first group requires darkness; the second group requires light. In seminars, studios, bars, parks (and other places too...), we have influenced one another in more ways than we consciously know, and that is the unifying bond that can be felt in the work. A word here, an inch there. Into itself as a whole, more than the parts themselves and their sum could imagine.
3/3 showcases the graduating projects of the MFA Visual Arts students at Simon Fraser University's School for the Contemporary Arts. A month long exhibition featuring new works in video, sculpture, painting, and photography, 3/3 is separated into two parts, each presenting the work of three MFA candidates.
Part 1: Mariane Bourcheix-Laporte, Nikolai Gauer and Casey Wei.
Part 2: Steve Hubert, Ryan Mathieson and Anna Marie Repstock.
This exhibition is presented by the School for the Contemporary Arts in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Fine Arts.
Part 1: September 5, 7pm
Part 2: September 19, 7pm
Murky Colors by Casey Wei
Djavad Mowafaghian Theater at the Goldcorp Centre for the Arts
September 7, 7pm.