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Fall 2020 Project Showcase
- Late Nights: Graphic Novel Project
- I'm at Soup (Kinetic Typography)
- That's MY Pen!
- My Hopes and Dreams Entering Adulthood
- Safe Islands: A design solution to promote social distancing
- Murdock From Paragon (Steampunk Costume)
- GI Smart app
- The Cage
- Totems of Time
- The Arena 2
- Circuit Critter
- Fishing Joy
- Food Security
- Laundry Day Simulation
- Recognize, Reflect, and Unite
- A Cup of Coffee, Please
- ABM Vivacious
- Light After Death
- Moment Track
- Crimson Falcon
- ESSENTIAL: a COVID-19 Documentary
- Impossible Photography
- Witch's Brew
- Monster Under the Bed
- Frolicking Flower
- Brand Poster Design
- Secret Box from Secret Santa
- Coffee or Tea?
- The Grand Fishery
- Argon Chalice Redesign 1
- Argon Chalice Redesign 2
- Ventura Future Microsite
- La Petite Mort
Teaching & research interests
- Art, decolonizination, social activism in the Canadian cultural landscape
- Technologies of literacy and the overlap between literary and visual art
- Teaching thru art: every semiotics and the representation of identity
Recipient of the 2016 SFU Excellence in Teaching Award, Chantal has been a member of the SFU community since 2002. She teaches written and visual communication courses in the School of Interactive Art & Technology (SIAT) and occasionally ‘moonlights’ as a sessional lecturer for the Beedie School of Business.
As well, Chantal is a writer and visual artist interested in the cultural production of knowledge. Her work explores the overlap between literary and visual art. Challenging colonialism head on, her multimedia projects unpack the imperialist notions quietly embedded everyday things—from academic school books to kitschy souvenir spoons. Her recent works have been exhibited at the ROM in Toronto and the Musee des Beaux Arts in Montreal. Her first book, How She Read, will be published by Caitlin Press in January 2019.
Artist Website: chantalgibson.com
- How She Read: Confronting the Romance of Empire. Solo Exhibit Open Space Gallery, Victoria, BC. January 13 - February 26, 2019.
- MORPH: Changing the Past. Innaugural Group Exhibit. Vancouver Public Library Main Branch. October 2018-April 2019.
- Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art. ROM Toronto and Musee des Beaux Arts Montreal 2018.