Trust the Process, or On the Self, Conscious

Lance Winn’s essay, Trust the Process, or On the Self, Conscious, overviews A Different Kind of Time a two-person exhibit with Jackie Milad and Charles Goldman. It is the seventh in a series of essays archiving one year of Grizzly Grizzly exhibitions, in celebration of our 10th year as an artist collective. Throughout the year, we will be collaborating with exhibiting artists and emerging and established writers to produce essays that critically reflect on the exhibitions and expand the ideas explored in our experimental project space. In addition to being posted on this blog, the collected essays will culminate in our first bound publication, to be released in September 2019. Support for this year-long project, that fosters writing in the visual arts, was generously provided by The Velocity Fund administered by Temple Contemporary with generous funding from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

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A Guided Walk Through the Contemporary Sublime: Shannon Lean Collis’ Kiewa

Deborah Barkun’s essay, A Guided Walk Through the Contemporary Sublime: Shannon Lean Collis’ Kiewa, is the fifth in a series of essays archiving one year of Grizzly Grizzly exhibitions, in celebration of our 10th year as an artist collective. Throughout the year, we will be collaborating with exhibiting artists and emerging and established writers to produce essays that critically reflect on the exhibitions and expand the ideas explored in our experimental project space. In addition to being posted on this blog, the collected essays will culminate in our first bound publication, to be released in September 2019. Support for this year-long project, that fosters writing in the visual arts, was generously provided by The Velocity Fund administered by Temple Contemporary with generous funding from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Kiewa was made possible by the Bogong Centre for Sound Culture's residency program and the Canada Council for the Arts. Nous remercions le Conseil des arts du Canada de son soutien.

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Fully Animated by John Muse

John Muse’s essay, Fully Animated, on Nomi Talisman’s and Dee Hibbert-Jones exhibition at Grizzly Grizzly, Then That Night…, is the sixth in a series of essays archiving one year of Grizzly Grizzly exhibitions, in celebration of our 10th year as an artist collective. Throughout the year, we will be collaborating with exhibiting artists and emerging and established writers to produce essays that critically reflect on the exhibitions and expand the ideas explored in our experimental project space. In addition to being posted on this blog, the collected essays will culminate in our first bound publication, to be released in September 2019. Support for this year-long project, that fosters writing in the visual arts, was generously provided by The Velocity Fund administered by Temple Contemporary with generous funding from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

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Pareidolia for Relational Survival: Sculptures by Michelle Marcuse

This essay by Laurel McLaughlin is the fourth in a series of essays archiving one year of Grizzly Grizzly exhibitions, in celebration of our 10th year as an artist collective. Throughout the year, we will be collaborating with exhibiting artists and emerging and established writers to produce essays that critically reflect on the exhibitions and expand the ideas explored in our experimental project space. In addition to being posted on this blog, the collected essays will culminate in our first bound publication, to be released in September 2019. Support for this year-long project, that fosters writing in the visual arts, was generously provided by The Velocity Fund administered by Temple Contemporary with generous funding from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

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