Artist Talk: sophia bartholomew
sophia bartholomew, dance or exercise on the perimeter of a square (2014) Photo Credit: Javier Rivera Castro
WHEN: Tues, Oct 18 at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Stanford Perrott Lecture Theatre
Fredericton-based artist, sophia bartholomew, will talk about her practice and participation in the City of Calgary's Open AiR residency program in Professional Practices for Artists.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
sophia bartholomew works with performance, language and other time-based media to diagram experiences of psycho-physical fragility and inter-subjective confusions, conflation. She is currently artist-in-residence in Calgary's Hillhurst/Sunnyside neighbourhood, through the City of Calgary's Open AiR residency program. Her project "Dance Hall, Fire Hall" is an ongoing experiment in movement research and temporary space-making.
bartholomew's recent works include developing a short film at Struts Gallery in Sackville, creating a performance for Le Lieu in Québec, conducting a research residency at the Galérie Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen in Moncton, and publishing writing with Untitled Art Society, Canadian Art online and cmagazine.