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I approach visual art as a form of non linear storytelling and am interested in exploring different research methods and formal approaches includ… Read More
I approach visual art as a form of non linear storytelling and am interested in exploring different research methods and formal approaches including web technology and digital imagery, as well as more traditional methods such as painting, drawing, sculpture & installation. Read Less
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continental drift
the closer i stick to fact the more it sounds like fiction
Continental Drift is collaboration between visual artist Michele Marcoux and poet Sheila Black exploring the “inner weather” of what is broken, lost, buried, and retrieved.

What can we know?—and how do we know it?—how does the trace, memory, relic of one thing morph into another or how does it form a path we follow? Building on this, the paintings, projections, found objects, sculptures and poem(s) look at origin, disintegration, and echo in a landscape that covers beach vacations, the nuclear family and terrorism (domestic and global). And always with the notion of what it is to watch and witness.



Privately owned by Paul Holmes and Diane Maclean
Privately owned by Paul Holmes and Diane Maclean