A work from the group Concatenation Project. Each work built off of the themes and aesthetics of the previous works.
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Gross Density Parcel

From the Agent C Gallery site: Gross Density Parcel is inspired by a vacant lot in South Surrey.  Many years ago, the landowner, upon leaving it, left many of his possessions there to decay.  The assorted detritus — consisting of items such as athletic equipment, children’s toys, tools, photographs, building supplies and much, much more — came to decompose alongside natural and foreign plant species.  These artifacts prompted a creative investigation into the history of the property and those who lived there.  The exhibition featured original artworks created by ten professional Surrey and Vancouver based artists who came to the property to gather materials, images or video footage to assist in the making of their work. … Paul Bucci’s installation Peek evokes the experience of walking past a family living room at night-time while a television set murmurs behind closed curtains. Much like memory itself, such an experience can only ever be sensory in nature – we cannot develop a detailed knowledge of the lives led within this space. Instead, we are left only with an alienated, emotive spectre. Although the window in Peek was found at 136th Avenue, it has become a universal window, suggestive of the veiled possibility of historical […]
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Confessions (2012) is a study in public catharsis. Participants were asked to record and upload confessions through a website. Each confession was then played through a speaker on repeat for the duration of the show. Viewers could walk up to each speaker and listen to an individual confession. Shown as part of the 2012 BA/BFA graduation exhibition at UBC.
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