MCL grad student Brett Gaylor’s research and documentary project is featured in this New York Times article about Facial Recognition systems and their exploitation of personal photographs. “Exposing.AI itself does not use facial recognition. It pinpoints photos only if you already have a way of pointing to them online, with, say, an internet address. People […]
Films that speak to the Pandemic By Liam Sfaxi (English Translation of the French language original found here) Much like many other periods of instability in the history of the world, the COVID-19 pandemic shows humanity’s ability to adapt to the way of life that is currently permitted. One key example of adaptation is the […]
On Dec. 4th, 2020, Moving Images students at SIAT premiered 34 films on the Museum of Vancouver as a apart of their #isolatingtogetherMOV project and forthcoming exhibition. We also handed out some awards! See the awards ceremony and playlist of all the films here. Since 2015, the Museum of Vancouver has worked with Dr. Kate […]
Kate was in conversation with Argentinian artist Dina González Mascaró about her exhibition ‘Vessels are Never Empty’ at Franc Gallery in Vancouver on Saturday, March 23rd, 3 pm. They talked about the liveliness of objects and their place in marking the passage of life.
In summer of 2018 Kate Hennessy and Hannah Turner collaborated with artist and weaver Meghann O’Brien and digital artist Conrad Sly to produce a new media work titled Wrapped in the Cloud. This media installation is a part of the traveling exhibition Boarder X, curated by Jaimie Issac. Boarder X has just opened at the […]
We were excited to read Barbara Matthews’ thoughtful review of Review of $5 Handshake: Art on Treaty 8 Territory, the book that accompanied the exhibition Maps and Dreams, curated by Melanie O’Brian and Brian Jungen, at the Audain Gallery (June 1 – July 29, 2017). Reposted from SFU Galleries REVIEW: $5 Handshake: Art on Treaty […]
A Tour of the Whitney Museum’s Conservation Lab [Reposted from http://ndsr-pma.arlisna.org/2018/09/14/a-tour-of-the-whitney-museums-conservation-lab/] By Rachel Ward (Sept. 14 2018) My NDSR position at Small Data Industries began in July 2018 (blog post about our lab to follow!) and on my third day, I met with my ARLIS mentor Farris Wahbeh for our initial NDSR/ARLIS mentor meeting. Farris […]
JOIN US FOR OUR UPCOMING PANEL DISCUSSION EXPLORING THE IMPORTANCE OF REPATRIATING BELONGINGS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY TO INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES https://museumofvancouver.ca/repatriation Join us for our upcoming panel discussion exploring the changing perspectives in museum curatorial practices with respect to repatriation and Reconciliation. Moderated by Kate Hennessy (SFU), panelists Lucy Bell (RBCM), Sharon Fortney (MOV), Kwiaahwah Jones (Guest Haida […]